As you know, we’ve spent this past month talking about passion. And today, we want to do something a little different.
We asked a few of our fellow Trailblazers to jam a little on finding their passion and how it has shaped their lives. We found their stories to be very inspirational and we thought we’d share them with you to pass down some encouragement.
Our Trailblazers’ stories are made up of very unique circumstances, longings, struggles, and (of course) passion.… Click to read more
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Jennifer Blanchard from jenniferblanchard.net.
(WARNING: The blog post you’re about to read is borderline unethical. Sort of. It depends on your view of ethics when it comes to working a job that makes you feel dead inside. Reader discretion is advised.)
“Full-time” in the work world is defined as working 40 hours or more. Too bad most full-time jobs don’t actually take 40 hours to complete. This is especially true when you work in an office environment.… Click to read more
Want to know if your passion is a hobby or has the potential to be a fulltime gig? Use the test below to find out. Once you do, share your results in the comments below.
The Passion Kickstart giveaway
So, what did you discover? Share your results in the comments. Two lucky commenters will win a Passion Kickstart Kit, including a signed Paid to Exist 8″x 8″ screenprint, and a copy of our bestselling ebook, Reclaim Your Dreams.… Click to read more
The one true calling! Your life’s purpose! Your magnum opus!
No matter what you want to call it, it’s important. The only problem is that most people are confused about how to discover it.
In this guide, you’ll learn about a deceptively simple technique that will help you uncover your life’s deepest passion, once and for all.
Finding your passion doesn’t have to be difficult or scary
I’m guessing you might be a little bit stuck with this whole “do what you love” thing.… Click to read more
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Logan Marshall of The Free Life Project.
The deafening roar of the crowd grew steadily louder as I erupted from the woods in third place, two runners fast on my heels. My heart pounded in my ears as I tore up the hill, my legs heavy from exertion. Rounding the crest, my coach shouted above the roar, “400 meters left! GO NOW!”
As the pace started to increase for one final sprint to the finish, old mental patterns set in. … Click to read more