How Hard Should You Work??
Inspired by the Chase Jarvis podcast ‘Creative Calling’
I love this guy’s work and I just had to stick my two cents worth to his podcast of the same title.
It inspired me to look at this slightly differently in as much as ‘How hard shouldn’t you work?‘ and how can we ensure we have work/life harmony in everything we do and how hard we should or shouldn’t put ourselves into everything we do, that’s right everything we do.
When you get this right life just opens up and allows you to do more and experience so much wonder and that’s got to be good – Right?
Come with me to explore this subject and I’ll share with you not only the How-To but the What Ifs as well. I think we’re a little unique that way because so few go into what if let alone plural :O)
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