A new book project is almost done! I’m pretty excited about this one.
Don’t Do Stuff You Hate is not just the title and theme of this book, it’s the philosophy I have striven to live by for the past decade.
Mitchell Earl, someone who has made bold, risky decisions to removed hated stuff from his life, joins me in putting this collection together. It’s a welcome relief for those who feel overwhelmed by the idea of “following your passion”, finding purpose, or carving out a calling. Forget all that. What makes you come alive might be unknown to you and it might not even exist yet.
Instead we argue that the best way to build a great life is to break down a bad one, piece by piece. What obligations, activities, relationships, and mindsets are draining the sense of life from your daily experience? How many things do you do that you don’t actually enjoy? Stop doing those and the rest will come into focus.
The best part about this approach is the mystery. It’s exciting to think that the best life is one you can’t yet imagine. You won’t find it by trying to plot a perfect path to some defined point called “success”. Remove the dross and be surprised every day by the cool stuff that emerges when you make space for it.
Thanks to Julia Patterson for the awesome cover design.
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