alan watts tells it to you straight in this video. tragedy and hope produced it and did a phenomenal job. it's poignant and sweeping, with gorgeous time-lapse photos. but for maximum personal impact, put your head on your desk, close your eyes, and listen to it.
essentially, you should do what you love because that's the only way you'll improve. once you get good, you can earn money from it. and you aren't alone. other people care about the same things you do.
the message links nicely with other resources i recently found about planning your life. they include anything from chris guillbeau's repertoire, but especially his ideal world exercise, which i'm starting next friday.
p.s. i found the video on airows.com, a magazine-y site "hyper-focused on showcasing a carefully curated, uniquely luxurious lifestyle" and targeted at dudes. not sure how i got there.
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