Ask any corporate trained business man or woman about what the best type of business out there is, and they’ll surely blurt out something along the lines of:
‘A business where you can buy low and sell high’.
‘A business that doesn’t need much handling and can be automated’.
Regardless of what the media tells us, the truth is that we have never lived in a time where there is more peace and love across the board and around the world.
And finding an inner happiness that brings joy and abundance with every life that it touches has never been an easier thing to accomplish.
When I got fired from my first real job for being way too apathetic – I put the blame on my boss for being a bully. He would make my colleagues work late into the am with the promise of ‘a piece of the pie’ once he sold the company.
And in the process he would insult, disgrace, and make sure that they knew how little self-worth they had. It was a brutal thing to watch. It really was.
I spent a long time trying to find my magnificent obsession.
There were times when I thought I was destined to lead the next great act in the history of the pop-punk music scene. At other times I dabbled with filmmaking, making awesome chili sauce and even producing hip-hop music.
Kids love to play.
They play often.
In fact, everything they do in one way or another is a form of playing.
But as they get older, they start to play less.
We’ve all been through painful experiences.
We’ve all been torn apart and shoved to the sidelines where loneliness and depression seem like the only two emotions left for us to grasp on to.
In the first grade when I still had aspirations to make cartoons for a living – I would look to Zak a desk over and grudgingly awe at his brilliant works of art.
My stick men no longer looked as compelling as I thought.
This was the first time I could remember comparing myself to others.