Posts Tagged by finding your passion
|September 8, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under One Sweet World|
For a what seems like a long period in my life, I tried not dreaming as a way to prevent disappointment. I am pretty darned grateful to have discovered that not dreaming, is not really living at all. It turns out, that the disappointment of failure is far less painful than the disappointment of… …continue reading.
|August 11, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under The Art of Kindness|
I don’t see how there could be a happy alternative to fully being oneself. Anything less would deny you your destiny as far as I can tell. I think the key to being our true selves lies in trust. We need to trust in a benevolent universe that creates nothing in nature without purpose, and… …continue reading.
|January 9, 2011||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast...|
Since I was in my very early twenties, New Year’s Eve has decidedly been my least favourite celebration of the year. Over the years the reasons for my dislike of the whole thing have grown, and at this point I would simply say that New Years Eve like so much in life is for couples… …continue reading.
|April 11, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Uncategorized||
I have been absent for a while despite my intention to continue blogging no matter how crazy things got at work. I made it through the first week, but not so much the second and third. 76.5 work hours in one week will do that to you… I hate to admit that I’ve been cranky,… …continue reading.
|March 1, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Uncategorized||
Last night, I found myself in a crowded tiny bar with some old friends whom I hadn’t seen in months, and we partied until after 3:00 in the morning. I realized shortly after I arrived and struck up a conversation that I hadn’t had a night out in a bar since my first annual 40th… …continue reading.
|February 25, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Uncategorized||
Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom. -Albert Einstein For months, I’ve been talking to almost anyone who would listen about how excited I am about my new business idea. Friends and family are naturally interested and ask the obvious question, “How many bags have you… …continue reading.
|February 21, 2010||Posted by Jenny Ann Fraser under Feast..., Uncategorized||
I’ve just finished reading The Element. How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything, by Ken Robinson, Ph.D. With Lou Aronica. Ken Robinson clearly outlines how finding “our element”, our passion, the thing that we were meant to do is often the distinction between great success and mediocrity, or even failure in life. He clearly illustrates how… …continue reading.