Your best life work
When we were children it was easy to bring our whole selves to every activity. To be all in. To get lost in the joy of making and discovery.
We did not worry about if what we made pleased others. The fun was in the making. In the application of every part of our being to the work of art, the sand castle, the game.
When we watch a great performer on stage their greatness comes because at some point they cross the threshold and are all in. Nothing held back. It is simultaneously terrifying to do and unbelievably liberating. Apologies not required for being totally fully themselves.
The audience knows that the performer has risked exposure in the giving of their art. Risked being seen in the full majesty of their being. This is what we want when we pay for a performance. Nothing held back.
It was what Brene Brown did at her TEDx speech in 2010.
Our best life work might be found in the garage on the weekend, or it might be found by stepping out into a new role that leaves behind the safety of conformity.
To ignore its call is to ignore your hearts desire and longing.
Paint, play, create, make, build, design, write…
Be sure to give your best life work a stage, no matter the size of the stage. Show up, cross the threshold, go all in. Do it for yourself. And be sure to applaud after each performance, wholeheartedly.
Photo taken October 5th 2018
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About Christine McDougall
Creating a world where Syntropic Enterprises are the way we do business. Leaving everything better.
As the Founder and Chief Steward of Syntropic.world – Christine works with leaders and enterprises globally who have a commitment to being the pioneers of enterprise change. Christine has the ability to completely re-imagine business, its role in our world, and its potential for a future for all humans. She experiences a deeper level of truth through applying synergetics (Buckminster Fuller’s anticipatory design science) and the working laws of Universe to enterprise design and human co-ordination. She has a way of articulating this so others can see it as well. Christine questions the most basic assumptions that drive our complex systems and can map that back to what is needed today. To learn more visit www.syntropic.world
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