‘Live life as if everything is rigged in your favour.’ Rumi
I love Esc the city. The concept, the execution, the attitude, the commitment. Tonight I went to my second event held by the escape school; How to find your passion- Julie Leitz.
There is an almost tangible feeling of shared eagerness in the room. Everyone is there trying to define, commit to, justify their escape. I’m there to do the same! I know the feeling.
Julie’s enthusiasm, passion, positivity is completely infectious! She must be an incredible life coach. How does one find their passion you ask? Well its up to the individual to forge that idea, of course. Some guidance however;
1. Know your values- ie. know your unshakeable truths, how you stay true to yourself
2. Know your strengths, define what you are good at, or want to be good at
3. Ask yourself powerful questions
4. Try totally new things, unrelated to your perceived passions
5. Surround yourself with positive, inspiring people. You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with
6. Start before you are ready. There is never a perfect time
7. Put your ideas to the test. What you think you want might not actually be it! test it out.
Go, do, be!
Life is too short to not life your dreams in the here and now. Sure it sounds wishy washy. Whatever dude. Don’t let fear get in the way of being the person you truly are supposed to be. Do not, I repeat, do not look back at your life with regret of any sort.
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