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00:16:11 Kait Buck: Yes I would love to hear if there was anything critical in fueling that lightbulb moment! That is so great
00:20:10 Kait Buck: Letting go is so hard!
00:21:32 wendyavenius: When you defined your mission, did it surprise you as to what it was? If so, how?
00:23:37 Helen Shin: There are another camp of thought that says Passion is overrated: https://www.calnewport.com/books/so-good/
00:28:50 Kait Buck: That’s beautiful!
00:34:59 Alexandra Kislevitz: Thanks for sharing your experience! How do you know when you have landed on your ultimate mission, rather than continuing to iterate on it… avoiding the fomo of other possible missions?
00:35:22 Dana.Wakeley: That’s a really helpful perspective!
00:35:26 adachen: Need to jump for a work call, if it ends early I’ll be back – otherwise thank you Kristin!! <3
00:35:36 Kait Buck: Reading that now, and love it!
00:36:36 Alexandra Kislevitz: which book?
00:36:41 Belma McCaffrey: Essentialism
00:36:45 Alexandra Kislevitz: thanks
00:36:46 Belma McCaffrey: by Greg McKeown
00:37:12 wendyavenius: THanks!
00:44:35 Dana.Wakeley: This call is inspiring me to define my mission more clearly even though I’m in a job/field that I know fuels what that mission would be. I definitely feel very tied to the job itself and have fear about exploring different types of work
00:45:30 Kait Buck: Yes! I love the reframing of passions fuel mission. Mission fuels work. We often do it the other way around.
00:46:37 Alexandra Kislevitz: same here — really like that
00:52:57 wendyavenius: Does or can a mission evolve over time?
00:59:14 Helen Shin: Try white sage smudge as a ritual
01:01:33 Helen Shin: I’m currently reading this: Designing Your Work Life: How to Thrive and Change and Find Happiness at Work and emphasizes as “it’s good enough for now”
01:05:41 Helen Shin: Thanks! bye!
01:05:43 Kait Buck: Have to drop to start a call at work. Thank you so much for sharing, Kristin!!
01:05:59 Dana.Wakeley: Thanks Kristin! Thank you Belma! <3
01:05:59 wendyavenius: Thanks all!
01:07:07 Alexandra Kislevitz: Thank you everyone!