I enjoyed this talk – aligns with ideas I’ve been running across lately, pointing to the power of curiosity & instinct to help your life go in a good direction. I like the idea that I don’t have to come up with a perfect plan, manifest everything ferociously, and dedicate every second driving to what I want.
I have too many examples in the past where I planned/put out a BHAG that never happened – my mind ends up stressed and screaming at me that ‘it’ll never happen’…So I’m more than willing to give all that up but retain the hope that I can get to a point where I’m contributing something meaningful through my work and still supporting my family.
But it’s simply interesting to hear Magnus summarize some of what he’s done and experienced, too. He didn’t follow the crowd, didn’t ‘know’ what his passion would look like from day 1. It developed over time. Magnus’ enterprising nature, authenticity and belief in possibility are things to emulate.