A Short Guide to Active Soulcraft

  1. Begin with the end in mind. Who are you becoming, and what steps are necessary to take you there?

  2. Document your plans and pathways.

  3. Set milestones, not timelines.

  4. Embrace discomfort. Every master was once a novice. The lessons one learns when they lack collective context are those that inspire innovation.

  5. The practice always occurs now. When you avoid responsibility to yourself, you choose to move away from the directions you desire.

  6. Focus on something that brings you joy, piques your curiosity, or inspires your action.

  7. Recognize that your habits shape you but do not ultimately define you.

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