When you exercise liberty to do your thing, chances are high that you’ll face a steep learning curve. Before you gain knowledge and experience, your words and actions will be embarrassingly clumsy – and it’s that fear of embarrassment holds many people back from pursuing their life passions. But children are the exact opposite. They try new stuff all the time in unskilled and experimental fashions. How to walk, talk, drink from a glass, ride a bike – children learn everything from scratch by tinkering. And we adults should learn from their approach.
In this episode, Ross speaks with entrepreneur, artist, speaker, and author Jason Kotecki from Escape Adulthood about his passion for helping people refuse to settle for the life they’ve been told to live, and instead create the life they were made for. Jason exercises liberty to “do his thing” every day – and his insights and words of encouragement will help you do the same!
Ross also provides a brief overview of major “big picture” ideas that have been implemented at LTP in recent days.
Jason Kotecki is the Chief Creative Guy at Escape Adulthood – a company he and his wife Kim have built to help people break free from adultitis and build better lives, businesses and teams. He describes himself as a professional reminder-er and permission granter who moonlights as an artist, author and speaker.
Jason is the author of five books, including Penguins Can’t Fly +39 Other Rules That Don’t Exist. He enjoys Star Wars, soft t-shirts, and brand new tubes of paint. Jason is passionate about working with people and organizations to beat burnout and become more innovative by breaking rules that don’t exist.
Connect with Jason: EscapeAdulthood.com
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