We often loose sight of our lives passion at the junction of life when we swap the wrongly perceived characteristics of the child for the adult.
When did you loose your courage?
When did you stop taking risks?
When did you stop being unreasonable? And start following others ideas & thinking?
When did you give up on your vision & stop dreaming?
When did you loose faith in yourself?
When did you loose your passion? And trade your gift for a day job and a wage?
If you want to regain your passion simply watch your children, listen to their ideas, their dreams and hopes. And there you will see a reflection of what was once your passion in life. Rediscover the six characteristics of the great entrepreneur, the inventor, the creative thinker and the child;
The Spirit; Our Passion
The Believer; Faith in ourselves
The Designer; Our vision and dreams
The Inventor; Our own ideas & thinking
The Gambler; Our willingness to take risks
The Rebel; Our courage to defend what we value
Four secrets to rekindling and discovering clues to your Passion in Life;
- Rediscover the child within you & analyse the above characteristics.
- If at the lowest point in life you had nothing material left to offer your neighbour. What is the single thing you always have to share?
- Recall experiences of greatest personal frustration and fulfilment in life (your earliest childhood memory of fulfilled JOY! that wasn’t motivated by the approval or praise of your parents or others). Then ask yourself what clues they offer in identifying your greatest gifts, values and passions in life.
- When discussing a specific subject when are you most animated, articulate, enthusiastic & confident. And how is this reflective in the books, author and films you love.
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