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Ask what makes you come alive and do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive. If I want to make that enjoyable, I need to be living my purpose and engaging my passions. Knowing that life is short and the best time to change is now, I dove headfirst into reading and implementing advice on how I could discover and live my passion. In the three-year search, I registered for hobbies that interested me.
I researched and pursued various careers. I talked to my friends about what I was good at. I encouraged my husband to find his passions so that we were both supported in this dream. I waited patiently and openly for inspiration. I loved writing, interacting with people one on one, business, yoga, rescue animals, chocolate, coffee houses, and digital newspapers. After a couple of years of trying and failing at finding the passion that would stick, I decided to just stop looking for a while.
After all, I could still have passions outside my work. My turning point came one night as I was sitting at home with my husband watching The Legend of Baggar Vance —a movie about a down-on-his-luck golfer who enlists the help of an inspirational golf caddy Baggar Vance to perfect his game. Something we were born with.
Something that got to be remembered. And I sat stunned for a second. Although the movie went on, my mind was stuck on this idea: your passion—your one true authentic gift—has to be remembered. In an instant of clarity, I remembered that for my whole life, I have been in love with business and personal finance.
My father and grandmother had always been very determined to teach me about the flow of money and how starting a business could ensure my freedom. I remembered too how I sat enthralled reading business magazines on airplanes.
I remembered how what I really wanted out of my career was to run my own business one day. I realized that this was a deep, steady current that connected many phases of my life. But how could my passion be so… plain? Perhaps not. Perhaps my passion for the mundane things could be a way to bring life to an otherwise mundane topic—the way your crazy history teacher started talking really fast and excitedly about the Civil Rights movement, making you excited about it too.
Even better, I am engaging my other passions too. Think back on your life, and remember things you wanted to be, the habits you developed naturally, the games you played, the books you read, and see how they may apply to your life and career today. You might be surprised by the connection points that have been right under your nose all along. In her blog and newsletter, she publishes weekly tips and tricks that help people afford the life of their dreams.
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