I just got back from an amazing week at Cammac. I used to go for a week every summer with my family. I went from about the ages of 5 to 17. They’ve got a kids program and an adult program, so there’s something for everyone. As a kid, Cammac was a magical place where you could frolic about with your friends, indulge in nerdy bilingual music puns and play a whole lot of music.
My mom has continued to go every summer on her own, and this year I decided to fly out east and join her. It was my first time going back as an adult, and I had a wonderful time.
I had a lot of multipotentialite-related thoughts while I was up there, and I’ll be unpacking some of those over the next few weeks. This one’s about the need to be “uncomfortable” and how that informs our choices to pursue particular areas:
(Also, just to clarify, when I mentioned the Puttytribe, I didn’t mean that I was “done” with you guys. lol. I LOVE the work we’re doing in there! What I meant is that I have no great urge to launch additional membership sites, now that I’ve done it. It’s too easy. Time to get on stage. 🙂
Is being “uncomfortable” one of your multipotentialite drives?