Forget following your passion, which is far too difficult to figure out. Instead, follow your curiosity. What do you find interesting? Say yes to the tiny internal clues nagging you to learn more about botany, take welding classes, or pick up that sewing hobby you abandoned. The things that pique your curiosity aren’t random. They will point you to where you need to go. Unlike your appetite, indulging your curiosity will increase your curiosity. The more you follow the breadcrumbs, the more they tend to appear.
“Don’t ask what the world needs,” as Howard Thurman says. “Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
Matt Wensing 🐙
We, as a herd, only understand stories.
You can’t fight stories with facts. You can only fight stories with a better story.
Stop making nuanced factual arguments. Repeat a better story.
Mar 12, 2023, 1:38:10 PM