Ever been to a Thanksgiving feast? 

You know, the kind where the table is overflowing with every imaginable dish. There’s turkey, sweet potatoes, rolls… you name it. 

Now, imagine sitting down at this table. Everything you could possibly want is right there. What do you reach for first? That choice is easy, right? You just go for what you want.

That’s exactly how we should be approaching our passions and our businesses. 

Think about it. 

When you’re at that Thanksgiving table, you don’t hesitate. You don’t overthink whether you should go for the turkey or the sweet potatoes first. You just do it. And that’s how we need to approach life – especially when it comes to our passions.

We often limit ourselves with the notion of an ‘energy pie’. 

Like we only have so much to go around, and we have to be extremely careful about what we choose to spend it on. 

But here’s a different perspective: 

What if there’s no limit? What if you could have it all, just like at that Thanksgiving table?

When you sit down with your plate full, how do you feel about the other food on the table? 

Indifferent, right? Because you’re content with what you’ve chosen. That’s the mindset we need to have in life too. There’s no ‘shiny object syndrome’, no second-guessing. Just pure satisfaction with our choices.

But here’s where it gets even better. 

When you’re at that table, you know there’s always more. The food doesn’t run out. This is the abundance mindset we talk about. The belief that there’s always more out there for you to explore and enjoy. It’s not a zero-sum game. Choosing one path doesn’t mean you’re closing the door on another.

So, why do we get stuck? 

Often, it’s because we’re operating from a place of ‘or’ instead of ‘and’. 

We think we have to choose between being a successful business owner or a good parent, between pursuing one passion or another. 

But why not both? 

Why can’t we embrace all of our passions, all of our roles, simultaneously?

Now, let’s get practical. 

How do we shift from this limiting ‘or’ mindset to an empowering ‘and’ mindset? 

First, acknowledge that it’s okay to want more than one thing. 

Embrace your multi-passionate self. Then, start small. Pick one thing from your ‘Thanksgiving table’ of passions and go after it. See how it feels. 

And remember, choosing one doesn’t mean you’re saying no to the rest. It just means you’re saying yes to what feels right, right now.

So, here’s your action step: 

Reflect on your own ‘Thanksgiving table’ of passions and desires. 

What have you been holding back from reaching for? 

What’s that one thing you’ve always wanted to try, but felt like you couldn’t? 

Reach for it. Embrace it. And watch as your world expands with possibilities.

Because, at the end of the day, it’s not about limiting yourself to one dish. It’s about savoring the whole feast of life. 

And remember, we’re here to help you find your way, to navigate this journey of embracing all your passions. Don’t limit yourself. Dive in, and let’s see how rich and fulfilling your life can become.

Onwards and upwards! 🚀