You’re only 6 steps away from living your passion

Have you seen the movie “Up In The Air?”  I went to see it recently and found the main character’s passion interesting.

In case you haven’t seen it, the movie is about a guy who travels the country, 300 days per year, and fires people for a living. He loves every aspect of traveling, especially the parts that require him not to commit to any relationships – not family, not friends and certainly not a love interest.  He just doesn’t have time.

Then he meets someone and his life gets turned upside down.

Suddenly his heart is hooked on a love interest.  He decides to go to his sister’s wedding, even though the family has written him off.  After successfully facilitating a discussion with a very cold-footed  groom-to-be who doesn’t think he wants to get married anymore, it became obvious to me that this guy’s major strength was the very thing he’d been trying to avoid.  Relationships.  Communication.  He’s actually very masterful at it.

And so realizing his strength and starting to use it, things begin to change in his life.  First, he gets grounded due to some new technology that allows the company to fire people via the internet.  (not such a great idea).   He strengthens his relationship with family and his love interest and his co-workers.   Suddenly, life has meaning.  All because external forces forced him to really realize his strengths.

It is this way with many people – not working or living in your strengths.  Finding struggle at every turn.  Not admitting that maybe the work you’re doing just isn’t for you.   Making the changes necessary to “right” your life.

I’ve been making massive changes in my life lately to accommodate some big new ways to help you be more passionate and purposeful in your career.  In order to go to the next level, I’ve had to say goodbye to certain things I thought I wanted, and really being honest about my own personal blueprint has helped me to shed the things that were not my strengths and find new ways to get things done.

There are 6 things that you need to address to be able to move to the next level.  I’m going to be teaching you those 6 things in our upcoming Manifest Change Now! teleseminar series and helping you to find your own personal blueprint for success.  It’s an uber-affordable series to help you be your passionate, purposeful self starting out this new decade.

I know many of you have been going through things that have seemed difficult lately.  Isn’t it time to do something different?

 

Leave me a comment and let me know what you’ll let go of or do differently starting NOW.

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3 thoughts on “You’re only 6 steps away from living your passion

  1. my life will not be defined by “having” a man but its getting late..i cant meet anyone because the men in NYC are driven, self absorbed, text obsessed (I have no cell phone dont want it) and never handsome..i am beautiful talented busy nice not perfect but great enough for a fab man and i cant meet anyone because i am never attracted… the only plavce I saw men i was attracted to was in Montenegro but i am not going tom go there to get a husbnad man because for them it will be all about getting to america etc. also i want to live in a better apartment and none are affordable here in NYC as you know and sont ask me to become “more successful” so i can afford it because In my own way I am successful and I dont wish to kill myself working harder or so called smarter its all too stressful to and i have wrked hard