Marc Winn

Marc Winn

Then I wrote a post about linking those two concepts, which is the Western idea of purpose and that one particular view of it, which was the idea of doing what you love, what you’re good at, what pays your bills, et cetera, and bring all that together, which is a narrow view of purpose in itself with the Japanese concept of Ikigai, which, obviously, I didn’t know too much about other than from that one Ted Talk.

A lot of people say, why don’t you do a book or why don’t you do this, why don’t you make something of it and things like that? I said, “Its artistry for me is in that I didn’t really think much about it. It was only 45 minutes of my life and it still grows exponentially and people write books on it."

COMING SOON! 

IKIGAI-KAN BOOK - FEEL A LIFE WORTH LIVING

"Ikigai-kan consists of a challenging spirit with purpose and motivation toward everything one does and having the self-awareness of making a contribution to others."

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