Making it Happen
Ideas to help you actually make fun happen.
Stop wasting time, start living fun!
So, for today’d video, I wanted to chat for a couple minutes about passion. Specifically as it relates to career and my desire to “contribute”…
Daily Video Series:
Hey, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted.
I do plan to start posting content again and as an attempt to kick start that, I’ve challenge myself to deliver a video a day for at least the next week.
We’ll start with this one:
Daily Video Series:
Do you even remember last summer?
If you’re like me, not really.
I do remember it being busy.
Wondering where the time went. Not seeing my friends as much as I’d hoped.
Saying no to cool stuff because my weekends filled up faster than I could think… with maybe other cool stuff. Maybe not.
I don’t remember because my summers tend to just… happen.
But not this year my friends… no way.
I want to get a word in on what my summer is going to look like before the steamroller of weekend activity hits me so hard I don’t know what to do with myself.
I’d love to say I have a sure-fire plan… I don’t.
But I DO have a plan… and that’s better than last year.
If you have a plan, awesome! Please share it in the comments!
But if not, come with me (and bring the rest of your family, because we need their input too)… here’s what we’re going to do…
I’ve not much to say about this, other than DO IT!
Don’t just be a consumer… get involved with your local game store and your local gamers.
At the end of the month there is a great opportunity for you to meet new people, play new games and all at no cost to you.
For a few years now I’ve been hooked on all the great board games coming over from Europe. After cutting my teeth on Settlers of Catan, I was all in.
However, while they go over great when I get the guys together every other month or so, they just aren’t taking off at my family game night.
People aren’t paying attention, they keep getting up from the table, they miss basic concepts of the game… It’s SO frusterating! And they ASKED me to bring these games!
The problem is, I was so busy worrying about all the fun THEY were missing (ruining), that I was missing the point of family game day to begin with:
HAVING FUN TOGETHER!