Been tossing these ideas around in my head a lot lately, so I wrote a post about what you know you want, what you think you know you want, and the expectations of success. You can read it here or here.
7 months ago
Great read, @Justin - and great illustration.
I think everyone asks themselves 'What happens when' at some point. Personally, I seem to scrutinise my future happiness on a daily basis - not sure if that's healthy or crazy. Cheers for the read Justin, your blogs keep getting better and better (and look great too).
Awesome thoughts in both locations.. ;-) Sweet illustration too!
Brilliant, just had a quick read of the article and will need to come back to it but very good, and the illustration is fantastic too. Nice one!
The only thing you might be better at than drawing is writing.* Always enjoy reading your blog, Justin.
*Or surfing or knitting or Diablo III. I don't really know you that well.
Love it! Your illustrations are wonderful :)
Seriously dude... How you are able to put together such a concise statements on abstract topics/thoughts is amazing to me. Well done!
You're awesome man. Thanks for all that.
Just who do you think are writing all these awesome posts?
This is one of the big reasons I don't like goals. I don't know how many times I've heard "it's the journey, not the reward" in my life before it sunk in. Well said Justin. Miss you brother.
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