The Crossroads of Should and Must: Find and Follow Your Passion

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There are two paths in life: Should& amp; Must.

We arrive at this crossroads over and over again, and every day. And we come to choose.

Starting out or starting over, making a career change or making a life change, the most life-affirming thing you coul do is to honor the voice inside that says your have something special to give, and then heed the call and act. Many have traveled this road before. Here ’ s how you can, too.# choosemust

An inspirational gift book for every recent graduate, every artist, every seeker, and every career change.
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161
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The Crossroads of Should and Must: Find and Follow Your Passion
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Published April 7th 2015 by Workman Publishing Company

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And to be honest, he hole thing reads a little too much like a rich person 's guide to the creative life.

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I as given the book by a friend because he believed it closely aligned with some hurdles I 've been experiencing with my own " Shoulds " and " Musts " and moreover I felt like his was just a brief overview of the subjec at hand instead of really fleshing out the two concept.

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But Elle 's book approaches the topic in such a pure way that resonates with my spirit.

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From job to career to passion there is th ay to achievin your dreams.

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I love to much the basic ide of the ook: follow your bliss; be you.

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I read 'The Crossroads of Should and Must' and it made me roll my eyes so hard that they fell out of my head so now I 'm sat here writing without eyes or blind drunk drinking whisky in my underwear and questioning my life choices; it 's toug to say really.I was excited to ead another autobiograph.

But the more I ead this les I fee like I was missing anythin because it just eemed to state the bleeding obvious ad nauseam.I keep thinking I should write snotty and sarcastic self-help books for people as bored, angry, cynical and jaded as I am but I ’ m afraid that only I would buy them.

How about The Crossroads of 'Well, duh!' and 'No Fucking Shit? 'After saving as much as I ould I recently quit the 'should' of my job to pursue the 'must' of travel and writing.

As I writ it I kept thinking: " his is a blog post, not this ook. " There 's too little how-to advice, lots of padding, and practicall nothing new of substance here that was n't already covered by the original post.Maybe it 's because I did n't allud to the historia 's personal story — if you can afford to rent a space in San Francisco in which to paint then you do n't exactly have a problem — but that does n't seem fair.

I hoped to love his ook but my own navigation of the crossroads has n't gone so well.

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For the artwork and quotes alone I would remember it 's worth read!

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