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I recently asked my four year old niece what she wanted to be when she grew up and she responded that she wanted to make French fries. When I was around her age I told my parents I wanted to be a Christmas tree. Makes sense — she loves French fries and I loved Christmas. While our goals may not be lofty or realistic in my case , I think we were onto something. We associated our dreams for our life with something we loved.
We work for a paycheck and live for the weekend. Routines sink in and we wonder if we have left our dream behind. The reality is that life gets more complicated with each passing day and we become more complex people. We discover new interests, we develop and sometimes lose relationships with people and we face trials and triumphs of all shapes and sizes. These experiences shape us into the unique humans that we are. It was important to have a plan so that we could quickly regroup should we get lost.
If we know who we are and what our goals and ambitions are, we can go back to that state of mind and regroup ourselves. First, you must establish where that place is. My mom almost always selected the entrance to the location we were at. It was a place she knew we would recognize and a spot we could easily ask others for help to navigate to. Our starting point is also at the beginning.
It is within our childhood. As children we were most likely encouraged to be creative and to dream big. We were told we could become anything we wanted to be and we believed it. We were our most pure versions of ourselves. Go ahead, think back to what you were like as a child. What did you find fun and what were you naturally good at?
What did you say you wanted to be when you grew up? Like most kids, I had a pretty creative mind. I made myself a Rocketeer jetpack costume out of a box and some broken sunglasses and jumped off my bunk bed while pretending to soar in the sky. My goals for a career were constantly changing as my interests evolved.
When I realized that I could never actually become a Christmas tree, I decided I wanted to be a flight attendant. I loved the thrill of being on an airplane and knowing that I was going on an adventure. Then, after reading every Nancy Drew book in the series, I decided I wanted to be a spy.
By the time I started my freshman year of college, and fueled by a love of the TV show The West Wing, I set out to become a press secretary. My parents have the best insight into what I was like as a kid, so I emailed them questions about my childhood. I requested that they send their responses separately and to not share their answers with each other before they sent them. I wanted their unique perspectives.
While not surprising, it was encouraging to read that they had very similar things to say and that those things aligned with my memory. It helps to know what you were like as a child because it helps you understand your adult self better. One of the best things you can do for yourself is to be self-aware — even if it means acknowledging some things about your personality you wish you could change.
Your uninhibited and fearless childhood self should also inspire you. You were one creative and unique kid! The best part is — you are still that person! I love that you asked your parents to send secret insight into you as a child. I wish I had that opportunity today as both of my parents have passed away. I found this article really touching. It reminded me to think back to those days of endless possibilities and to review those activities I have loved from the beginning, particulately making art.
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It is a gift and a curse. I think about passion the same way that I think about talent. Not everyone is gifted with it. Even if they are, not everyone has the bravery or the opportunity to embrace their passion. In order to survive, most of us prefer to be practical rather than passionate. Are you working for the money or for what you love?
When it comes to passion — a strong emotion of desire — there is a need to be brave enough to both acknowledge and embrace it. Some let their passion take over the wheel and do things that challenge the status quo, push boundaries, wreck tradition and ultimately reshape the world as we knew it.
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