Longing For Passion

Aren’t you?

I think it’s the duty of the comedian to find out where the line is drawn and cross it deliberately.” ~ George Carlin

The problem today is that too many stations are designed to operate well inside the lines, where it’s safe, where no legal problems can arise, where no complaints happen.

Liners are about a lack of trust, really. That’s where it started…

Even inside your building, and your company, if you’re well within the lines, never coming close to crossing one, chances are, you’re off the radar. You probably won’t get fired if those higher-ups don’t even notice you’re there, right?

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The problem is, that’s not your job.

Your job description has nothing at all to do with safety and being tolerated.

Your job description should have everything to do with generating passion.

We, humans, long for passionate encounters so much, we risk our marriages, our hard-earned money, even our lives, for a few brief moments of that incredible high.

But that’s the adrenaline rush of potential loss.

Real passion is a deep longing for something. It’s an emotional flood within the brain and heart that leaves us feeling giddy with love and openness and belief.

What can you do to push those buttons today?

If you have the courage to try and don’t know where or how to start, call me, and I’ll help provide a gentle push in the right direction, gratis.

 

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