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Instead of, “do what you love,” perhaps the more effective mantra for the entrepreneur, the linchpin and maker of change might be, “love what you do.”

If we can fall in love with serving people, creating value, solving problems, building valuable connections and doing work that matters, it makes it far more likely we’re going to do important work.

Seth Godin 


Recently I’ve really been freaking myself out about achieving my goals and dreams and all of those future thoughts that I’m sure keep us all awake at night sometimes.

I’ve been thinking to myself ‘Am I doing enough? ‘What else could I be doing?’  And sometimes you go through at points in your life where you forget to look back at what you’ve achieved so far and be proud because you’re so focused on what’s next and what more there is to do.

I’ve been thinking about this more and more lately as I’ve recently started a digital marketing course with Google, which I’m really enjoying thus far (which I will get around to blogging about) and although at this point I don’t particularly know whether my life will take me down a path of being a digital marketer, I am realizing that it doesn’t really matter! 

I’m in my early 20’s; I’ve worked in project management for the last 3 years in media and music and prior to that with artists and brands. Being in these fields I sometimes feel bogged down by job titles, allowing them to dictate all of what I do, but I’m realizing that these are walls I am putting on myself, I can do whatever I want as long as the passion, dedication and hard work is there.

I tend to have to remind myself of this but I find solace in knowing that I am really at the beginning of my journey, this reassures me as that I still have so much to learn, to experience, to make mistakes in, to try new things and to have fun with. And this excites me.

This is something I’m telling myself… EXPERIMENT, LEARN, AND GROW. Three things I strive to do at every point of my life and career. Taking time and not freaking out is something I’m still having to remind myself to do, it’s can be hard to shake the feeling let me tell you, but none-the-less it’s a work-in-progress.