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Passion

Quote of the Week: If you cannot work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work.

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Khalil Gibran, Love, Passion, Work | 0 comments

Do you love what you do? If not, why are you wasting your time? I know, I know. The economy sucks. There aren’t any other jobs out there. But what if you used this time to prepare. Discover your true passions. There are multiple tools available to help you discover your calling in life. If you’re having doubts about the career you’ve chosen, try a career exploration workshop. Chances are you have an idea of what you want to do. But inventing in a workshop could be useful in helping to clarify the picture. Or maybe the career isn’t the problem, but that you are sick of working for someone else. Consider consulting. There are many small businesses out there that may be looking for your expertise. For example, if your expertise is in accounting, think of how many small business owners could use your services to make sure their accounting practices are in order. Either way, now is the time to move forward. I’m not saying quit your job. I’m saying do some research. What career are you thinking about pursuing? What would it take to start consulting? Spend a good week on research. Then, if you are sure you want to change careers or maybe go into consulting, form a plan. Don’t go off half cocked. But do take directed action. It’s time to do the work you love.

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Video of the Week: How To Find And Do Work You Love: Scott Dinsmore

Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Dreams, Love, Passion, Pursue, Scott Dinsmore, Work | 0 comments

Here is a sad but true statement. Most people are not doing the work they love. Some people had setbacks. Some lack the confidence to step out on faith and pursue their dreams. Others are still trying to figure out their passion. Well, its time to stop floundering. Watch Scott Dinsmore as he discusses “How To Find And Do Work You Love”

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5 Things You Need to Do to Become Unstuck

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Change, Coaching, Goals, Groundhog Day, Passion, Risk, Unstuck | 0 comments

Remember Groundhog Day? The movie came out back in 1993, but surprisingly still resonates today. You have a guy who continues to experience the same day over and over again. Until he began examining his life and make some changes. He got out, met people, helped others, and became open to new experiences. Maybe you’re feeling like everyday is Groundhog Day. Everything is the same. You feel stifled by the monotony of it all. So here are 5 steps to help rescue you from your own personal Groundhog Day.
  1. Identify your passions by answering the following questions:
    What do you love to do?
    What gives you fulfillment and a sense of belonging?
    What inspires you?
    What do you need for your life to be meaningful?
  2. Identify goals that align with your passions. Ex: Have a passion for food and can barely boil water? Set a goal of taking a basic cooking class. Have a passion for food and travel? Set a goal to experience the cuisine in the country of your choice.
  3. Make small changes over time. When you have been stuck in a rut for awhile, change can be scary. So small changes, will help you become more comfortable with bigger changes you want to make down the line.
  4. Be open to risk. People often find it difficult to get unstuck because being stuck is comfortable.  Seeking change requires taking a risk.
  5. Help others. You may not be remembered for the job you had or how much was in your bank account. But you will be remembered for how much you gave back. Also, if you spend some time, (not all, but some), giving back and focusing on others, then you won’t be in your own head as much. You won’t have to listen to the voice that say you can’t make a difference, because you are. Even if it’s just spending time with an older person or a child. You are valuable and you give value to others.
Now you need to take action. You can read all the books, listen to all the podcasts, attend all the self-help rallies in the world. But no one can make you become unstuck. If you are interested in becoming unstuck and moving forward in life, I have several packages available to help you along. Contact me for a free sample coaching session @ 321-800-8520 or email me at truechangelifecoach@gmail.com today!
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