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Finding Your Passion


ou know, there are certain things we do in life that we simply like immensely.

Our interests and preferences may be predetermined by our biology.

There are times when we completely immerse ourselves in a certain activity, and there are other times when we are energized or inspired by something we're very enthusiastic about.

Consequently, they should be prioritized in the quest for meaning. You see, doing something with significance and that makes us feel like we were meant to do it and are enthusiastic about it is what we mean when we talk about having a purpose.

The good news is that humans have innate capacities for recognizing such phenomena.

The things we cherish most are the ones we are drawn to by that gentle prodding from inside.

Remembering and acting in accordance with these six factors will spark your passions.

And that's exactly what we'll be discussing, from early-on awe through current-day interests, talents, aspirations, and principles.

Let's start there since remembering what sparked your attention as a kid may tell you a lot about your core values and what you're really passionate about as an adult.

Your sense of awe as a kid was real before you were shaped by the opinions of others and taught to believe only certain things.

Sometimes you were instructed to ignore your inherent abilities, preferences, and passions, which led to their gradual deterioration.


Mimi Rothschild

Mimi Rothschild is the Founder and CEO of the Global Grief Institute which provides Certification training programs forGrief Coach, Trauma Coach, End of Life Coach, and Children's Grief Coach. She is a survivor who has buried 3 of her children and her husband of 33 years. She is available for speaking engagements and comments to the press on any issue surrounding thriving after catastrophic loss. MEDIA INQUIRIES:

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