Five Questions about Finding and Empowering Your Inner Badass
About All Things PC.
About Passionately Curious
At 30, I realized that I hated the job that I had devoted the previous seven years to. There’s a whole separate post about this, as my story is an ongoing part of this blog, but I started PC as a means to encourage others to live large and do the stuff that they love.
These stories are broken down into different categories:
My personal journey towards getting free and doing the things that I want to do.
Five Questions. This is a video/text format in which I ask business owners and other badasses the same five questions about where they are and what drove them to go there.
The Collective Series. Being a badass means surrounding yourself with fellow badasses. These stories are about groups (three or more people) that have come together to follow their passions and do badass stuff together.
Hang Out Sessions. We will schedule paid workshops/hang outs with interviewees. Stay tuned for more info on this!
I’m a first generation Cuban-American. Working hard and making it work is in my bones.
I have some really great friends that do cool stuff, and their stories are all awesome. By telling their stories, I was able to find my own.
I’m one of those “my pets are my babies” people. Don’t worry, you’ll see a lot of them.
I’m allergic to hamsters.
I’ve been a writer of some sort for the majority of my life, and waited until I finally had enough of my shitty day job to try to pursue that (and traveling) as my full time gig.
I believe in mutual relationships and symbiotic partnerships. Talking to these people is helping and inspiring me as much as it is helping and inspiring anyone else.
Being a victim of circumstance is for chumps, and my entire existence changed when I let that shit go. You should too.