Do you ever stop to ask yourself if what you’re doing is worth doing?
Not when you’re undertaking a chore like washing the dishes or taking out the recycling…
But when you zoom out to look at your life?
Much of what we spend our time doing is influenced by the culture around us.
In this episode, I’m taking a look at why we moved to a farm and why we do the majority of the farm work ourselves.
If you’re surrounded by go-getters then you likely pick ambitious things to devote your time to. Like climbing the corporate ladder, leveling up your business revenues, or running a marathon.
If your friends are in the child-rearing years, then you’re likely spending your time ferrying kids to soccer practice, piano lessons, or birthday parties.
Your version of following what society tells you to go after might look totally different.
No one is going to ask you if you are really spending your life the way you want to spend it.
Set aside what you think you’re supposed to do for a minute.
You might just end up moving to a farm and learning how to milk sheep… while everyone asks you where that idea came from.
Or, for you it could be taking up a whole different hobby, career, or friendship group.
Here’s to listening to what comes from deep inside, and acting on it.
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