Are you familiar with this Abraham Hicks quote?
“You think that the goal is to be over there, and we say the goal is the journey over there; the goal is the fun you have along the way on the way over there.”
There are many over there moments in life and in business. Yet in business, they often take on the form of “launches” (or when we’re throwing spaghetti at the wall).
I love this quote because the term fun is loaded with meaning.
And I’d love to explore these meanings through a series of conversations about what “fun” looks like? While examining how it relates to our purpose, journey and/or spiritual evolution.
Personally, I’ve found that the “fun” isn’t always fun at the moment it's happening.
“Fun” occurs in hindsight when we think about the series of events, epiphanies, synchronicities, full-circle moments and organization of it all --that’s lead to how we’ve grown and come to manifest in the present moment.
It’s what you learn about yourself and what you’re able to do, be and have a result of those discoveries.
These conversations explore what fun looks like and how our own understanding of it has evolved over the years?