Why most people never follow their dreams

This is not my own work. Content and graphics snitched from The 6 Enemies of Greatness by Jessica Hagy.

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We often settle for what’s available, and what’s available isn’t always great. “Because it was there,” is an okay reason to climb a mountain, but not a very good reason to take a job… More

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Manifesting abundance…

An Abundance of Berries Road to Robridding

What would make me really happy?

Leisure

Not having to wake up early in the mornings

Lazy breakfasts

A greater sense of control over things like how the house is organised (even though I try hard to convince myself that not being in charge is less of a hassle and leaves me more free time)

An afternoon siesta

Casual dressing

Good wholesome meals for less

Time to curl up with a good book sometimes

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Freedom is the Option to live in ways I find fulfilling

The more we get paid at work, the more tied our hands are. The bigger the post, the greater the number of meaningless tasks we must perform, like checking on the ‘lower orders’, organising meetings, setting rules and boundaries. It’s almost like one has to be on the shop floor to really impact customers and stakeholders or to take pleasure in CREATING something, whether it’s part of a product or a service.

So if you’re a doer instead of a manage-r, where do promotions and raises figure in the do-work-that-interests-you and the get-paid-what-you-deserve continuum? More

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