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Jory des Jardins’ mum likes her latest post (see the comments). And so do I. Living Without a Net: An Odyssey into Self-Employment (Part XVII): On Defining Success and Allowing Oneself to Have It Here’s a snippet:

I imagine that this different feeling I have is residual energy shored up by being passionate about the work I’m doing – energy I’m not spending dredging up interest in the menial tasks that I’d attracted before soloing; the energy I once spent attending events following up with people that I wasnt particularly interested in, or who weren’t interested in me but that I pursued just in case, more to hedge my bets in case I eventually figured out what I was passionate about.

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