“Our dreams, I believe, are always knocking at the door of our heart, and it can actually cause dissension because we are not thinking about them directly. But our souls try to communicate to us that there’s more to life than what we’re doing.“
So, today’s episode, we’re talking about how you can ignite your creativity. How would you like to feel on fire for your life? To actually be in love with the process?
I was privileged to be introduced to a book called The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss. What I love about the book is that he really approaches his business from how do we work way less and get way more results?
I want to show you one of the things that I did to regain my passion and my purpose in life.
In one of the chapters, he talked about writing a list of 300 goals. Now, I don’t know if you’ve done this before, but what a powerful exercise. I thought, “OK, Tim, I’ll take you up on that challenge.” I got out my paper and pen and I started writing down goals. Well, the first like 20 or 30 came pretty easily, then you really start to dig deep within yourself.
As I went through that list, I was able to make it to 210 goals on a list. I picked five goals in that list that I can do, those that weren’t too big because I didn’t want to fail at them.
So I started to execute on those goals. Well, what happened was my creativity was almost instantly ignited as I was writing the goals. I was getting more and more excited about my life, my future, and what was possible for me. And so I know this can work for you, too.
So I would love to see the list of your 30 goals if you guys want to, you know, go over to social tag me.
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