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Side Chat: Passion Profiles & The scale of ambition

ambition

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At the very end of Chapter 7 of Forever Alone (tiny spoiler alert, I guess!), I said:

We don’t all have the same amount of ambition in every area of life, and that’s OK. Some of us are perfectly content with a small, modest townhouse: Comfortable, safe, not flashy, but warm and homey. Honestly, my career ambitions are probably somewhere in that realm — it matters to me, but it’s not where my big, big dreams have ever lived. But man, I’ve got skyscraper ambitions when it comes to love. And I’m not talking some ...

Healing burnout through creativity with Kara Guilfoyle

creativity

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I’m as guilty as anyone else of saying that I value creativity, but then as soon as life gets busy, it’s the first thing I throw on the backburner. 

It doesn’t help that many of us got the message (from our parents, from society at large, from wherever) that creativity in adulthood is kind of frivolous and should, at best, be relegated to a side hobby. 

Whenever I find myself ignoring my creative side in favor of more “productive” things, I try to remember this quote from Brené Brown:

“Creativity has to be ...