follow your curiosity: make light season 4, episode 8
Elizabeth Gilbert once said that you shouldn’t follow your passion, or follow your bliss; but rather, follow your curiosity. I love this, but it begs the question: how do you follow your curiosity anyway? On today’s episode, I share a few exercises on exactly how to begin following your curiosity.
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