What if I did not seek to escape work anymore which was not fully my passion? What if I kept building my webdesign business so it was sustainable and then profitable, paid off debt and saved for the future with those funds?
What if I over the years invested diligent time in a more passionate type of work, which could be something like my Distant Mirror-project and then at least gave it a chance to supplant wholly or partially my income streams from other sources?
What if I accepted that this may never happen, if nothing else then because I don’t have time to invest in this serious, time-consuming project – to make it something in less than 10-20 years or more?
What if I stopped looking for the quick way out?
What if I accepted that it is okay that some parts of life aren’t so fun as other parts of life, esp. when it comes to making money?
What if I began to appreciate more that my other sources of money – webdesign and other types of work – have their advantages, too? Like interaction with real people – for whom you make a real difference? Maybe creeps as well sometimes, yes, but mostly good people – even if they don’t have a website or business that interest you. But want something good – to make something good?
What if I stopped paying people who promised a way out – easy or not – if only I followed their program?
What if I stopped paying people so they could have their passion business (which is about teaching others to have a passion business) and then paid more attention to making ALL of my life as passionate as possible, in every situation, in every moment?
Wouldn’t that give me what I seek right away?
A change of mind. A courage to be very normal and not spectacular.
A break with the crowd. No, not that crowd – the other crowd. The crowd that thinks it is better than the crowd.