I have a passion for skiing. I LOVE TO SKI. And skiing powderrrrrrr is the absolute best!!
So, when Breckenridge, CO was plastered with more than a foot of new snow over spring break, my son Jon and I ditched the lower lifts and headed right for the upper bowls.
Slogan: "No friends on powder day" (In other words - every man for himself!)
Reinforced: I LOVE skiing! Add doing it with my son (on his board) and it rocked!
Also Reinforced: Skiing in waste deep powder that day was really, really, really hard.
Leaning back in REAL powder up to my waste was not what this East-Coast dude (me) was used to. My thighs were screaming and burning. My lungs were doing the same.
Lesson: Just because you're passionate about something doesn't mean it's going to come easily or be without pain and perseverance.
You know where I'm going with this. So, you and I may be passionate about a vision, career, entrepreneurial venture or opportunity to make a difference in the world. It does NOT mean it won't come at a cost - cause some pain - or develop a whole lot of character we didn't know we needed.
Here are ten reasons why our real passion may still be hard. (at least right now)
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