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FOLLOW YOUR PASSION
What No One Told Me About Following My Passion
I don't regret following my passion. In fact, I still endorse my strategy. Passions help us understand who we are and what we want. They bring vitality and joy to our days. But following your passion is a deceptively slow, uncertain way to purpose.
Behind Every Successful Entrepreneur, There is a Rockstar VA
Bestselling Author, Internet Entrepreneur, Founder of Netconcepts
3. Proactivity Find someone who is not afraid to speak up, make suggestions, or even keep you in line! A good VA should always
Is It Irresponsible To Follow Your Passion?
Founder of the Simple Life Strategies blog, Career Strategist ...
I'm not saying any of this is easy because it's not. But it's better to think about these things now, before another decade slips by and it's too late. Something to consider, eh?
#TalkToMe: Filmmaking in the 80's, Following Your Passion and My Dad's Surprising Wishes for Me
I've interviewed my dad, Richard Soto, for the Talk to Me Series because between the two of us, you get two very different
Words of Wisdom From 10 Women Who Quit Their Jobs to Follow Their Dreams
Yoga teacher, writer, transformation catalyst empowering women...
When Taylor Hendricks returned home in 2014 from a world-rocking service trek in Nicaragua she was completely resolved to leave her current position with a nonprofit organization working on US health policy to find work in the global health/development field.
Belive in the Power of You
Writer. Dreamer. Business & Career Coach. Bookworm. Traveler. ...
I could have chosen to let what I overheard become my reality and my truth. I could have chosen to let someone else's insecurity affect what I know I'm capable of and I could have stayed there and continued giving a bunch of f****s.
You Might Not Be Built To 'Follow Your Passion' -- Here's Why
By Lisa Capretto, OWN
Elizabeth Gilbert explains why some people are better off exploring than chasing.
Not Sure Where to Start? Here's How to Find an Idea and Start Your Business
Lifestyle business coach @ Unsettle.org
Does this sound familiar? You want to start a side business or become a solopreneur, but you don't know what you're interested in. You want to "follow your passions," but can't figure out what you're passionate about.
5 Key Things People Who Love Their Jobs Do Differently
Author, fierce conversationalist, and firm believer that readi...
Find someone who says they love their job and you've found someone who loves their life. People who are happy with life before and after 5 p.m. do their whole lives differently. Here are some characteristics of people who love their jobs and five things they're doing right all the time.
Want to Find Fulfilling Work? The Ball's in Your Court
Copywriter, Roadtrip Nation
We've also learned that when that huge, vague "What am I doing with my life?!" question is barreling down on you, it's easier to break down the question down into smaller ones.
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Reinvent Yourself: Company Founder Secrets on How to Profitably Follow Your Passions
CEO of InterimExecs, Author of How They Did It: Billion Dollar...
Many of us feel like we are stuck on a path we can't change. Maybe it's the time already invested or fear that making a change could actually be a worse mistake. But the majority of successful entrepreneurs and professionals make a leap into uncharted territory.
What Most Of Us Get Wrong About 'Finding Our Calling' (VIDEO)
Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter Rev. Taylor has been a spiritual seeker her whole life, but hasn't always followed
Elizabeth Gilbert Shares Her 'Really Weird' Advice About Following Your Passion (VIDEO)
Gilbert takes a breath and continues. "You spend a lot of your life having people tell you to follow your passion. It's nice
5 Ways to Reclaim Your Inner Spark
I write short books full of big ideas and I am also the proud ...
The truth is that our inner spark can often be suffocated by external conventional thinking and social pressures. Our own fear and procrastination can also play their parts. This can mean we run the risk of living a life on borrowed terms and not our own.
Why 'Do What You Love' Is About More Than You Might Think
Patricia M. Bombard, BVM, D.Min.
Director, Vincent on Leadership: The Hay Project; Adjunct facu...
"Do what you love" is not about a job, a passion, or the money, and it is not classist. Our industrial society may have trained us to think that way, but we can change that. DWYL is the right of every human being born on this planet.
Your 'Muse' For Career Inspiration
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, The Huffington Post is partnering with The Muse to help you find happiness in your career.
More Americans Pursuing Meaning Over Money At Work, Survey Finds (INFOGRAPHIC)
Which is more important in your career -- meaning or money? For more and more American workers, finding a job that's personally
5 Travel Fears to Get Over
Travel Blogger at The-Spunky-Traveler.com
Traveling the world and exploring varied cultures is a dream that everyone, to some degree, yearns to fulfill. But what stops people from fulfilling their dreams?
Moms Change the World: Clemence Gossett
I am a blogger, life coach, astologer, mom and adventurer
Walking through the farmers' market in Santa Monica with Clemence Gossett, you'll discover that she's a bit of a celebrity in her community.
Love What You Do
Jake Ducey is the 23 year old author of The Purpose Principles
Most of us are gambling on the biggest risk of all: the bet that we can buy the freedom to do what we want later in life. In order to change the world and the less-than-promising course of history, we must do what we love
The Education of a Vietnamese American Writer
Finding and following my passion and path in life is a bit like that. Scary. Delightful. A struggle, to be sure. But once I dove into that pool, I took to the water. And I kept on swimming.
Are You Living Your Passion?
Frank Niles, Ph.D.
Social scientist, adventure athlete, life and business strategist
Hold tightly to your passion and never let go. Let it infuse your life with meaning and purpose and become the motivator for everything you do. Then, put in the hard work needed to turn your dreams into reality.
Sleep When I Could Do All This? Not A Chance!
You early morning go-getters can keep your daytime. I want to relish the night.
Self, How Did I Get Here?
Journalism professor, speaker and freelance journalist
With each choice we make, our life picks up a little bit of steam, until, sometimes, before we know it, we find the life we're living is one that's being driven by inertia, heading off in some direction we never planned.
Career Lessons From 'Generation Y'
Eco-Pioneer, Artist and Author of 'The Secret to Finding Passi...
Get excited about what you love and recognize that you were created for a purpose within that passion.
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