Have you ever asked yourself the question ‘Are you doing what you love?’.
Try it now.
What is your reply?
What is your reaction to that reply?
For many, doing what you love is easier said than done. We immediately come up with reasons why we aren’t doing it – too little time or money, too many obligations or commitments and so on. We daydream about following our passions, and maybe even making a business out of it, but we tag on that dangerous little phrase ‘one day’.
Why not today? This is your life we are talking about.
What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail? Or if money was no object? Can you translate a version of that into your everyday life?
It takes time, concentration and voices of support to move us to a place where we believe we really can do what we love. And now there is an opportunity to have all those things, and carve out a path to the life you want to lead.
It is called the Do What You Love Art & Creative Enterprise Retreat, and it will take place deep in the stunning English countryside in May 2011.
If you love to travel, and create, and are thinking about starting or growing a business to monetize your passion, this is for you. Combining creativity, enterprise and community, this unique retreat will set you on that path. Besides art workshops with amazing teachers, you will have access to a series of creative enterprise sessions where you can interact with successful entrepreneurs, and take away their advice and wisdom.
It will be an intimate gathering of creative souls, sharing a special journey of change.
Everything will be taken care of. You just have to take care of yourself.
It might just be the most important investment you ever make in yourself and your creative business. Explore more!
Our Guest blogger Beth Nicholls, founder of Do What You Love, was recently honored to be chosen as one of UK’s 16 most exciting young female entrepreneurs, and awarded a place on Marie Claire magazine’s groundbreaking Inspire & Mentor program. “I have always tried to make choices which have allowed me to do what I love – travel, create, meet new people, learn and explore. As a result, lots of weird and wonderful things have happened in my life so far – some seemingly random and some not so random.”