What is your life’s passion? What is most important to you?
What are your gifts, your talents? What are you naturally good at?
Whether you’re 20, 40, 60 or 80, you need to find your life’s passion and then bring more of it into your life.
Can you remember when you were a small child and the world was just one big adventure? Nothing seemed out of reach and everything was possible. Unfortunately as we live our life, some of us tend to lose that enthusiasm and passion for life.
This is one of the great tragedies in life. So many adults stop dreaming of the possibilities waiting for them. Forgetting what they could achieve or who they could become. On the journey from childhood to adulthood they lose the desire to dream. Instead they settle for mediocrity.
My belief is that everyone has a life passion; however over time it has been diluted. Yet we still all retain the ability to dream of what we could be rather than thinking of what will never be. This is our gift that life has been given to each of us. If we choose to use it or not.
Well I for one have a passion for life.
Most people get stuck in what I call live to work mode as a result they don’t really enjoy their Monday to Thursday existence, and they just hang on waiting for Friday night. By the time Sunday evening arrives, their spirits dip because once again because work awaits them again in the morning. This is not living!
There is a better way! Our passions can give our life juice. The power of passion is so incredible that it will change your entire life. Without life passion the chances are you will live a life of mediocrity. That is why it is so important for you to discover where your passion lies.
Doing what you love to do is one of your primary responsibilities in life to yourself. To me there is nothing better, more exhilarating, or motivating than to find out what you really enjoy doing, what you have a natural talent for , strengths and abilities for, and then to throw your whole heart into doing that, and building your life, business and future around it.
When you are doing what you love to do, you seem to have a continuous flow of excitement, energy and ideas and every day you just seem to have fun doing what you would choose to do, even if you weren’t being paid for it.
Being passionate about something makes you feel alive, full of energy and emotion and you can’t wait for the day to start. Passion keeps us feeling fully alive.
So to me the most important thing anyone can do for themselves is to find out what it is that they really love doing and then dedicate themselves to that field. And then commit to being the very best at what they do.
Now start looking for your life passion.