There’s an old Nick Nolte movie in which a homeless man goes around asking people “What’s your dream?” Finding your life’s passion is sometimes harder than it would seem. One way I have my clients assess passion level is by the way tasks and ideas make them feel.
Does thinking about taking on a new career path fill you with energy or dread? Do you feel better or worse after spending the weekend with that new person in your life??
Listening to your own body is the quickest way to tap into your intuition. Your senses are full of information that is reliable – you just need to know what you’re listening for and make sure it’s coming from the right place. Often the voice in our head is not our own and the things that seem to be draining us are not even real.
I came across this great blog called Life in Pencil. Anne, one of the blog’s writer’s, wrote an excellent post about this topic. It’s called “Where’s Your Energy?”
Please let me know what some of your experiences are with making decisions and finding your passion.
I look forward to hearing about your journey.
Here’s a great video by Dr. Wayne Dyer about finding your passion:
Here are some other blog posts about Finding your passion:
5 Simple Ways to Find Your Passion and Take Your Blog from Zero to Hero
How to Find Your Passion for Anything
100 Useful Web Tools to Help You Find Your Passion, Calling or Career
How to Find Your Passion (And What You Should be Blogging About)