Tuesday 13 September 2011

Finding my Passion

Back to Plan B.

First, I need to find my Passion, in order to turn it into Profit.  Google 'how to find your passion'. Gosh, 192,000,000 answers. Everyone's trying to find it.

Click 7 Questions To Finding Your True Passion  Hmmm. The good news is, apparently 75% of us haven't found it. But, iNeedMotivation says, doing what we really love is absolutely necessary if we want to be fully happy.

1. What puts a smile on your face?

Is there a particular event, a particular topic that makes your whole face just lighten up? Hmmm. Sex and the City? Holidays?

Following what makes you truly happy is a wonderful way to figuring out what you were put on Earth for. Surely I can't have been put on this Earth purely to up the ratings for Sex and the City. What else? Sunshine. Aquamarine sea. Walking on the downs on a sparkling day. Travelling. Watching flamenco dancers. Listening to gypsy music. Maybe I'm a closet gypsy! Except I don't like travelling by horse or caravan. Prefer junks and long-tail fishing boats.
2. What do you find easy?

Chatting. As long as it's with someone chatty and inspiring or funny. Can’t chat to dieting younger mothers. Can't chat to strong, silent types. Hence (among other significant reasons) failed relationship with Gitface. Eating. Oh this is no good. You see, I was clearly born to be a society heiress in manner of Nancy Mitford, not a workaday worker.

Keep thinking. 

Don’t think that anything is off limits or silly. Some people have taken their passion for skateboarding, drawing, or collecting to full fledged careers.

Still a blank.

3. What sparks your creativity?

Think about something in your life where you seem to always expand its horizon, always coming up with new, fun, and exciting ideas relating to that subject.

Waaaa! Can I phone a friend? Sal. She’s passionate about things.

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