February 26, 2008

A quick way to find your passion

People often email me saying, "I don't know what my dreams are" or "how do I find my passion".

It's something many thirty-somethings struggle with, the age-old, "is this all there is to life?" question ;)

So today I thought I'd tell you a really, really quick way to get in the right direction of your passion.

If money, family and time were not a problem, how would you spend your time?

Most people then say they'd travel the world ;)

If you're one of those, then question 2 is this...

And after you're done travelling the world, how would you then spend your time?

Leave your answers in the comments!

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P.S. I usually do a 90-minute coaching session to help people discover their passion with a comprehensive assessment - this one question is not meant to replace that at all!


*mindi* said...

this is so funny!

i would want to take pictures WHILE traveling the world. ;)

then i would never have to be done.

annie said...

My first though was start all over again... but then I don't think I would do that. I would probably live about like now... a normal mom and wife... maybe with no financial concerns I would have a few more luxuries :)

SB said...

If money, family & time were not a problem, i would spend all my time in aqcuiring knowledge...(after travelling around the world of course)
Different kind of cultures, religions, etc... there is so much knowledge out there with people wanting to give it to us, then why not make the most of it?


Anonymous said...

Learn everything I could about everything. ART, ART, ART any kind of art. Our souls speak to us through our creativity. I am humbled by the opportunity to see others creativity brought to consciousness.

I work to make enough money to make sure I can retire.

Sad but true.