How to discover your passion

How to Discover Your Passion

You’ve got the whole wide world in your hand and not knowing what to do with it is a common problem. While it seems as if hundreds of people are living their dream life, many more people don’t yet know what their passion is.

They haven’t even got past first base to the bit where they actually plan how to live their dream life and start doing it.

You are not alone but if you answer yes to some of these questions then you might need to discover your own passion:

  • Does it feel as if something is missing from your life?
  • Do you feel stuck in a rut with no idea what you’re passionate about?
  • Do you think you’re too old to make any profound changes in your life?
  • Are there so many things you want to do that you don’t know where to start?
  • Are you unhappy in your job?
  • Do you want to make changes in your life?
  • Do you need help getting started and staying on track?

How to Discover Your Passion

No worries. It’s time to take the bull by the horns, overcome your deepest fears and tap into your inner passions and now there’s a new way to do it.

Career and life transition coach, Barrie Davenport helps people make amazing changes in their lives and bloom fearlessly and she’s just launched Discover Your Passion – a step by step course for creating the life of your dreams.

It’s available from today at a special holiday price until December 19th and should be the ideal way for you to turn your life around in 2011.

Click here to find out more about the Discover Your Passion course.

All the course details are there including glowing testimonials and information on the different packages some of which include weekly email coaching support sessions for 6 weeks as you work through the Discover Your Passion course.

Are you ready to discover your passion?

Please note: I’m an affiliate for this product. I rarely promote affiliate products and only if I can stand by them 100%.

I met Barrie Davenport at BlogWorld and am confident that her expertise will help you find out how to discover your passion. I know having a dedicated professional advising you will help you discover your passion and change your life for the better.

If that sounds good I recommend you check it out.

Photo credit: Frerieke

Author: Annabel Candy

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Red Nomad OZ December 10, 2010 at 11:54 am

I had no trouble discovering my passion – travelling and inspiring others to travel in Australia – but parlaying that into a ‘lifestyle’ is a bit more tricky. So … thanx for the tip!!

Happy travels!!

Marion

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Annabel Candy December 10, 2010 at 12:07 pm

Hi Marion, that’s a wonderful passion and one I share although my fave countries tend to be developing ones. Hmm, I’m thinking the Aussie Tourist Board should sponsor you – you’re doing a wonderful job promoting Australia and I know your travel stories will inspire many people to explore Australia:)

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TrafficColeman December 10, 2010 at 2:44 pm

Having great passion about your niches is incredible important…if you fell as so your work is your life and you don’t see it as a job..then that’s a passion you should continue.

“Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

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Barrie Davenport December 10, 2010 at 11:42 pm

Annabel,
Thank you so much for partnering with me to present this course to your readers. Your endorsement means so much because I know your high standards. I really appreciate this wonderful post and look forward to “meeting” your great tribe of readers. Wishing you and your readers a peaceful and passionate holiday!

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rob white December 11, 2010 at 12:45 am

A teacher can lift her students to her level of understanding… You are a passionate one yourself, Annabel… no doubt! Sounds like a great course.

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Alex Blackwell December 11, 2010 at 3:08 am

Thanks for sharing this Annabel. Once we have found our passion, there’s nothing we can’t do!

I’m looking forward to reading Barrie’s course.x

Ale

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Jimi Jones December 11, 2010 at 7:13 am

Hi Annabel.

I could not agree more with this topic. Having a passion for something drives you to succeed. As an example, take blogging in and of itself. If we’re writing about a topic because we think people may be interested in it or simply to make money, it’s the wrong approach. On the other hand, a topic you are passionate about makes it super easy to generate content and be creative.

It’s never work when you love what you’re doing. :-)

I wrote a two-part piece on how this is critical to success a while back.
To really enjoy life, we must find something that we absolutely love to do.

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Annabel Candy December 11, 2010 at 3:38 pm

Hi Jimi, thanks for summing it all up so well: To really enjoy life, we must find something that we absolutely love to do. I think if you love it you can get really good at it too:)

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Fernando December 13, 2010 at 11:55 pm

Nice Post Annabel!
I agree on everything you posted here but these late years I been having some kind of passion problem because I never entirely focus on I should but will keep working on it!
Hope to see you around!

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Jef Menguin December 13, 2010 at 11:55 pm

Thanks for the tip.

A reader of my website asked how to discover our passion. I still do not know how to give the simplest answer, but you’ve given me some ideas.

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arina nikitina December 29, 2010 at 7:23 pm

Now this is something I’d tell friends about. In fact, this would make a New Year surprise present, huh? It would be wonderful to help out people dear to us discover themselves and their passion. More wonderful that Annabel has summed it all up here. :)

Happy new year, Girl! Keep helping people view life better, live it better!

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Jessica Schanberg October 8, 2011 at 12:26 am

Hi Annabel,
I have been blessed with having almost too many passions and I actually get to do most of them. I volunteer for literacy for two organizations and I am a personal organizer. I get to help people get out from under their clutter. I also love to make art and I can do that at home. Following your bliss is so important and rewarding! Thanks for this post!
Jessica

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