Do you find that your difficulty lies not in figuring out your passion, but in working out which passion to focus on? Do you have lots and lots of ideas that you get really excited about, only to quickly get bored and move onto something else? Are you sick and tired of being pulled in so many different directions? And is it time to get focused?
Remember, not all who wander are lost. Those who wander find things about themselves that may never have been discovered had they remained. By trying, you experience life. When you experience life, you learn and grow. Each action creates not only a new experience, but also helps you see a new way of looking at your one, beautiful, true SELF.
I chose to take the passion path and face the doubters (including the one in my head), nay-sayers and hurdles of getting published, finding like-minded clients, being visible but in a not-artificial for-the-sake-of-making-money way, and in general, finding my tribe. This is the way to warmth and light, undeniable vibration, and the equivalent (for me) of dancing with Baryshnikov.
If you have (like most people), you may have found yourself evaluating the pros and cons of what you do for work. While this is a useful process, it can be easy to get it wrong. Today I'm going to share with you the exact process I use to coach clients to identify if they are in the right job or not.