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10 thoughts on “The Crossroads of Should and Must: Find and Follow Your Passion

  1. says:

    Great construct, beautiful illustrations, but surprisingly superficial in the end I think Maria Popova s summary of this book on brainpickings.org haspunch than the book itself There s no deep dive into the way that should rules our lives for both good and ill , and the various forms in which must intersects it And to be honest, the whole thing reads a little too much like a rich person s guide to the creative life Yeah, sure, if I had been involved in a successful start up in San Great construct, beautiful illustrations, but surprisingly superficial in the end I think Maria Popova s summary of this book on brainpickings.org haspunch than the book itself There s no deep dive into the way that should rules our lives for both good and ill , and the various forms in which must intersects it And to be honest, the whole thing reads a little too much like a rich person s guide to the creative life Yeah, sure, if I had been involved in a successful start up in San Francisco and found myself with lots of dough and freedom after its launch, I might feel inclined to approach life sideways, too I hate to be a hater, but there are muchhelpful books out there on creating time and space for dream projects See The Creative Habit


  2. says:

    Visually, this book is outstanding The artwork is wonderful, and I loved the colors The book itself is very inspiring, and is filled with some GREAT nuggets of wisdom I didn t get as much out of it as I wanted to, but that isn t to say that I came away with nothing I enjoyed reading it, and I think many people would get something out of it For the artwork and quotes alone I would say it s worth a read


  3. says:

    Short Gorgeous All the reminders Gotta be about my must instead ofreally should write a longer review Buy it Read it Gift it Be about it.


  4. says:

    While the book isn t particularly deep, it has beautiful artwork and simple messages that act as a good pick me up for anyone needing some motivation to pursue their goals in life It s not life changing, but it s a nice reminder to get started.


  5. says:

    I read The Crossroads of Should and Must and it made me roll my eyes so hard that they fell out of my head so now I m sat here writing without eyes or blind drunk drinking whisky in my underwear and questioning my life choices it s hard to say really.I was excited to read this book It started life as a piece on Medium which went viral and was eventually expanded Elle Luna is a designer cum artist who has inspired millions with the story of her path to success, choosing the must of her art I read The Crossroads of Should and Must and it made me roll my eyes so hard that they fell out of my head so now I m sat here writing without eyes or blind drunk drinking whisky in my underwear and questioning my life choices it s hard to say really.I was excited to read this book It started life as a piece on Medium which went viral and was eventually expanded Elle Luna is a designer cum artist who has inspired millions with the story of her path to success, choosing the must of her art over the should of her career, and how she pursued life as an artist But theI read theI felt like I was missing something because it just seemed to state the bleeding obvious ad nauseam.I keep thinking I should write snotty and sarcastic self help books for people as bored, angry, cynical and jaded as I am but I m afraid that only I would buy them How about The Crossroads of Well, duh and No Fucking Shit After saving as much as I could I recently quit the should of my job to pursue the must of travel and writing It would be putting it mildly to say that, since then, things haven t gone according to plan.I wanted to achieve Financial Independence where you have enough money to live on without working and I did so long as I die soon I m jobless sorry aspiring freelance and can get by for about 18 months so long I don t mind being broke ass poor and kill myself at the end.All I ever wanted to be is a writer So now I get to decide between whether I should get another crappy soul sucking job or must somehow make a go of it as a writer My feet are planted squarely at the crossroads of should and must I should be exactly who this book is aimed at So why don t I love it It s not like it s bad advice Find and follow your true passion It s not like reading it is a complete waste of time It s food for thought if nothing else And it s not like it s badly written You can breeze through it in one sitting.So what gives Maybe it s because it started out as a Medium article and probably should have stayed there As I read it I kept thinking This is a blog post, not a book There s very little how to advice, lots of padding, and virtually nothing new of substance here that wasn t already covered by the original post.Maybe it s because I didn t relate to the author s personal story if you can afford to rent a space in San Francisco in which to paint then you don t exactly have a problem but that doesn t seem fair One person s decision to create and pursue their art is as courageous as any other.Or maybe it s just because I m a failure I wanted to love this book but my own navigation of the crossroads hasn t gone so well I ve driven my life into a ditch and I m fucked if I know what I m going to do next Choosing to stand still, or do nothing, is still a decision just not a particularly good one.Should versus must is a false dichotomy Our lives are full of should that we have to turn into must If you don t make your art a priority then it won t get done As Tony Robbins said Don t should all over yourself I probably should write nicer book reviews but I write this way because I must It s all I ve got in me at the moment Writing is easy Writing is also hard These should not be thought of as separate things.When I was younger I used to think that NSFW Not Safe For Work stood for Now So Fucking What That s pretty much how I felt when reading this book.Have you chosen between the roads of Should and Must That s great NSFW


  6. says:

    I really wanted to like this book It s an approachable, nice book a friend gives you when you re in a rut or you pick it up off the shelf at a bookstore for its cover appeal, however, there s not a lot of substance beyond the water color paintings and appealing splashes of color and text What there is is the same conversation about the shoulds and musts but no talk of the HOW There s a couple of tired analogies thrown in to keep the conversation going but I found no clear road map to getting I really wanted to like this book It s an approachable, nice book a friend gives you when you re in a rut or you pick it up off the shelf at a bookstore for its cover appeal, however, there s not a lot of substance beyond the water color paintings and appealing splashes of color and text What there is is the same conversation about the shoulds and musts but no talk of the HOW There s a couple of tired analogies thrown in to keep the conversation going but I found no clear road map to getting to the HOW I m not saying the author has to hold my hand but encouraging me to start a blog,post an Instagram photo or start a monthly book club seemed, well, lame I m sure others will getout of this book than I did and I do hope it leads others to get beyond their shoulds, but it just left me wondering why


  7. says:

    Oh, but I am so conflicted about this one It s a five star idea in two star packaging I love so much the basic premise of this book follow your bliss be you What s not to love about the notion of the crossroads of Should and Must Shoulds are usually externally motivated, while Musts are usually a cry from our authentic self This book does have some useful exercises and tips, and is a quick read, so I would recommend it to anyone interested in living a life that is fulfilling Umm, wouldn Oh, but I am so conflicted about this one It s a five star idea in two star packaging I love so much the basic premise of this book follow your bliss be you What s not to love about the notion of the crossroads of Should and Must Shoulds are usually externally motivated, while Musts are usually a cry from our authentic self This book does have some useful exercises and tips, and is a quick read, so I would recommend it to anyone interested in living a life that is fulfilling Umm, wouldn t that be everyone you ask Well, yes, but set your expectations appropriately for the hour and a half it will take to read it is all I m saying


  8. says:

    Visually appealing Took maybe an hour and a half to read Not as motivational as I thought it would be for awell, motivational book I was given this book by a friend because he thought it closely aligned with some hurdles I ve been experiencing with my own Shoulds and Musts and over I felt like this was just a brief overview of the matter at hand instead of really fleshing out the two ideas I hear it was a blog post at first, so that kind of explains that the concept driving this Visually appealing Took maybe an hour and a half to read Not as motivational as I thought it would be for awell, motivational book I was given this book by a friend because he thought it closely aligned with some hurdles I ve been experiencing with my own Shoulds and Musts and over I felt like this was just a brief overview of the matter at hand instead of really fleshing out the two ideas I hear it was a blog post at first, so that kind of explains that the concept driving this book is not new, and no new solutions suggestions are brought forth either What s new here is how the idea was presented, with pretty pictures and colors and diagrams Overall, it was a fun book to look at with some nice quotes, but nothing earth shattering


  9. says:

    I ve read and heard quite a bit about following your passion But Elle s book approaches the topic in such a pure way that resonates with my spirit There is so much color and aliveness in this book The book had so much ART,right brain,spirit,play Scribbles, doodles, and paint splashes adorned just about every page and it not only made it super easy to read, but fit the subject matter so perfectly I felt totally inspired and moved by Elle s book that I d recommend it over so I ve read and heard quite a bit about following your passion But Elle s book approaches the topic in such a pure way that resonates with my spirit There is so much color and aliveness in this book The book had so much ART,right brain,spirit,play Scribbles, doodles, and paint splashes adorned just about every page and it not only made it super easy to read, but fit the subject matter so perfectly I felt totally inspired and moved by Elle s book that I d recommend it over so many others on the topic Just because it s quick, easy to read, and feels so very important right now I m so glad I read it


  10. says:

    Woulda Shoulda Coulda Elle Luna uses her artists palette and inspiring words to draw a plum line between all of the shoulds and obligations in our lives and the musts that drive our dreams and passions From job to career to passion there is a way to achieve your dreams Finding the right balance is key Easy to read Simple to understand Great jumping off point for following your dreams at any age.


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