A 4-Minute Video About Making Tough Choices in Life

Chris Do's video on making tough choices in life

I’ve had this video from Chris Do sitting open in a browser tab for over a month. It’s time that you saw it.

Chris Do is one of the most intriguing and influential people that I’ve come across online in the last year or so.

He’s an amazing artist and entrepreneur who teaches the “business of design” through his amazing education company, The Futur. His content is simply epic – it’s well-produced, engaging, selfless and meaningful on so many levels. I’m not a designer or graphic artist whatsoever, but find his insights on business and personal development to be incredibly valuable.

The Futur Youtube channel is definitely worth subscribing to if you are an aspiring designer, entrepreneur or leader. The video below was released on January 1st, 2019. I first saw it shortly after its release, and now it’s time that you saw it.

We all hold ourselves back sometimes because of our fear of what others will think of us – this is completely normal! If you are struggling with making a major/difficult life decision right now, especially because you fear what your loved ones may think of you, then this video is totally worth your time!

Enjoy it, and I’d love to hear what you took away from it in the comments section below. 💬👇🙂

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