I’m Fine, Thanks, the documentary that Adam Baker has been traveling the country recording over the last several months is almost complete. As part of the finishing up process, he, and his crew at Crank Tank have opened it up for funding on Kickstarter.
From the moment that Adam announced the project, I’ve thought it will be an excellent project. There’s not much that Adam turns out that isn’t top notch, and the topic of I’m Fine, Thanks is one of my favorites. It deals with complacency, in work, family, and in life and how the different people that he interviewed deal with breaking free of the complacency that they face, and looks to also include several people who have done it and share their story.
One of the biggest things, on my journey from work, to quitting my job, to going back to work, has been recognizing my own complacency with my life, and attempting to break free of it. It doesn’t mean you have to quit work and walk off into the wilderness. What it does mean is that you have to recognize the areas that you are being complacent, and make efforts to change them. I’ve made great strides in the right direction (I think) and still have a long ways to go.
That’s why I think that I’m Fine, Thanks is such a great project. I’ll be adding to the funding pool, I just haven’t decided how much yet. Consider doing the same.
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