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Go For It.

You may have some kind of passion. I'm talking about the kind of thing that can keep you up past your bedtime because you are so obsessed with developing your craft. Your passion that is unique to you. It may be something artistic, working with cars, or any undertaking that allows the hours to fly by when you are dedicating yourself to it.

When we fall in love with our craft, it is inevitable that we may occasionally fall away from investing our time and energy into it, or worse, be too terrified to get started.

That is something I battle with constantly, especially given a busy schedule and many interests I try to keep up with. A recent hobby I have found is building furniture. In the past month, I have been working to build live edge coffee tables and an oversized bookshelf. I know I love it. I do notice a scary habit, however. My work comes in spurts. I am never motivated to do it until I start, but then I cannot stop.

Why is it that we can go for weeks without touching a project, then all of the sudden be moved to stay up until 3am to get a table perfectly smooth? I am sure you have felt this same way about your craft before. The toughest part of doing anything is starting. This is your queue to get up and do it. If you haven't found that passion yet, put yourself out there and find it.

I heard some advice a few weeks ago that has seriously motivated me to consider what I spend my time doing. It was that you should have five hobbies in your life: one to make money, one to keep you in shape, one to keep you creative, one to build knowledge, and one to evolve your mindset.

There is something that is calling your name, and only you know what it is. Do not wait. Now is the time to go for it.

Wes Werner

Lakeside Home Solutions

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