Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Live your dream and wear your passion...

After reading the Holstee Manifesto for the first time last November, I literally had chills run through my body. It was a very powerful read for me. As someone who recently quit my 9-5 job to go to graduate school full time, I feel like I am on the verge of having that larger-than-life moment where I am living my dreams and fulfilling my purpose.

I added two more lines to the manifesto: "Ain't nothing to it but to do it" and "Be here now." I needed those two extra quotes because I am a self-diagnosed chronophobe. It's easy for me to get stuck thinking about my plans and whisking up tons of fantastic ideas, when I should actually be DOING them- laying the groundwork, executing my vision, and making things happen.

How are you living your dream and wearing your passion? If you're not quite at that point yet, what personal flaws prevent you from doing your dream? What lines would you add to your own manifesto? Once you identify internal or external forces that may be holding you back, it becomes easier to work through them and open yourself up to abundance in your personal and professional life. You CAN do it!

1 comment:

  1. It is good for us to live our dreams with our passion. Being a Graduate student. if we really want to live our dream with our own style. There are many things and graduate schemes are to followed up. It better to choose a finance graduate schemes to follow up your career with boost.