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This toxic cycle is a passion-killer.
It happens to brilliant, ambitious souls far too often. And I want to help you snap out of it, for good.
Here’s what happens:
You give the best of yourself to everyone else — work, family, friends. Meanwhile, your creative dreams get whatever measly time and energy you have left at the end of the day.
Just like Vera, an Italian CEO who sent me the question that inspired today’s MarieTV. She says:
I have the dream of writing regularly, maybe one day writing a book. But, I feel like I lost my creative vibe. I don’t write anymore. I’m so focused on my daily job that I have nothing left for the rest of my passions. How do I make them happen?
I’ll say this to Vera, and I’ll say it to you…To achieve your goals, you must put your primary passion or your primary project first. Click To Tweet
Your dreams deserve more than your crumbs.
If you long to write a book, record an album, learn a second language, start a business, or anything else — but never seem to have the time — this episode shares the fix. It’s blissfully simple, and works every time.
In this MarieTV, you’ll learn the #1 scheduling trick to make time for your passions, no matter what.
You’ll also hear about Dominika, a Time Genius student, who used this strategy to finish her novel in just two weeks!
If you’ve ever wondered how to manage your job, family, and responsibilities — while still having time and energy for your passions — this is the answer if you’ve been looking for.
Now it’s time to turn this insight into life-changing, passion-reviving action! Because even the most effective practices in the world don’t work unless you use them.
In a comment below, please answer this question:
What is one passion or primary project that, if you put it first, would make the biggest difference to you this year?
Maybe you, like Vera, want to write a book. Or start a garden. Or learn Italian. Each of us has unique dreams for a reason, and the creative urges you have today will likely change over time. So don’t judge your soul’s longings! Just write them down.
Once you’ve identified your primary project or passion, schedule it first.
And if you want more help with this process, sign up for my brand new free class: The 3 Productivity Secrets You Cannot Afford to Make, Especially If You’re Already Overwhelmed and Overstretched.
In this class, you’ll learn how to get your primary project done, and everything else, too.
Life’s too short to postpone the dreams that light you up.