I’ll be willing to bet that before you even took a moment to look inward, you’ve already begun to make fun of me. How easy it is to point the finger elsewhere, when in fact, you’re probably well past the initial stages of your own denial.
The truth is, we all have guilty pleasures…
And mine’s Twilight. Call it what you want, I consider it being culturally relevant.
Whether or not we want to admit it to ourselves, or even publicly, they do exist. Most of them are too “guilty” that they make us feel, in fact, guilty. And that leads to the notion that we should feel ashamed and therefore we seek to hide them from anyone we know. Or don’t know.
Welcome to My Personal Life
I’ve vowed to share my world with you – the little voices that I hear inside my head and how they affect my business world.
So here I am, confessing the fact that I love the Twilight saga. And yes, I listen to the Twilight soundtracks throughout the day, and have the movies on at night when I’m still working. That means every theme I develop has been hand-crafted to the sounds of Paramore, or while watching Edward saving Bella from being hit by a car.
I don’t feel the need to defend mine – I’m secure with that. But I will challenge you too seek inward and consider sharing what your guilty pleasure is.