David Valois

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Your Passion: The Discipline Of Your Life

We make a sharp division between work and fun. Work is work, and free time is free time.

Big error.

This stupid post industrial tendency to separate work from personal life will destroy your dreams.

Because there isnt a division.

There is no such thing as work and free time.

If you think so you will never have free time.

(And of course, forget to enjoy your work.)

But life is short and you s...

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