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September 18, 2006



Excellent post. A lot of us fail at striking a balance, but I think you hit on the missing piece to the puzzle. Underlying passion. Passion is a good thing but can absolutely overtake you if you don't remember that life is guided by myriad passions. In our respective careers, that viewpoint is far too thinly held. I wrote a piece of similar thought a few months ago in response to Robert Scoble's very personal reaction to his mother's passing:



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