Play, Purpose, Passion, and Play is a model I use to counteract the need to ‘manage Work/Life Balance’.
But what is the difference between those two words?
Am I guilty of repetition?
Question Three in this series of newsletters that I wrote about here.
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Agree, as we grow older we often forget to play. Its the playing that reconnects us to who we really are, removing us from the pressures of work and noisiness of life. I'd like to think that its the freedom of play that gives us the space to find our purpose, and in doing so feeds our passion.
A very good question - does our passion drive our purpose, or does our purpose drive our passion. Or, are they different phases of the same thing - passion being an early and more undefined and unrefined version of what eventually comes - purpose. Like in a marriage - mad passion in the beginning, followed by mature single-minded purpose that drives you together in the same direction.