You can download it and the template I use here.
Part of my planning has involved revisiting this great book that was published in 1946 yet still a highly relevant resource.
I've also been watching again the wonderful 'Power of Myth' series on Netflix.
Joseph Campbell's concept of follow your bliss has always intrigued and inspired me as well as greatly influencing my work for the past 30 years.
Follow your bliss
According to Joseph Campbell it's “identifying that pursuit which you are truly passionate about and attempting to give yourself absolutely to it.
In so doing, you will find your fullest potential and serve your community to the greatest possible extent.”
Learn more at the Joseph Campbell website.
In my case following my bliss is three-fold:
1) Research, write and publish insights, inspiration and ideas that my clients and colleagues also working in people development and business process improvement find highly valuable.
In the first instance I publish here on this blog and the best valued become part of my complimentary resource here.
2) Present/explore insights, inspiration and ideas online first Mondays (February through November) and in person third Wednesday’s in Ballarat, Geelong and Melbourne (February through November
except July). Learn more about my events here.
3) Work two days per week online and/or in person with a small number of individuals and groups as they implement and integrate insights, inspiration and ideas in their own best way. Learn more about my professional services here.
What is your bliss?
How are you following it?