Find Your Passion
The Purpose of Life Part 1
The Purpose of Life Part 2
What brings fulfillment to your life?
“Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in that gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.” - Theodore RooseveltIn South Asian culture, we are taught not to be individualistic.As much as it is a very altruistic view and serves us to keep our families together.We must listen to the music within us and encourage our children to do the same to be the best human beings that we can be, become and aspire to be.Life is not a compromise, sacrifice or a drudgery to get through, it is a precious gift to enjoy, love and give.”Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand – and melting like a snow flake” - M.B. Ray
What man actually needs is not a tensionless state but rather the striving and struggling for some goal worthy of him. What he needs is not the discharge of tension at any cost, but the call of a potential meaning waiting to be fulfilled by him.
“Playboy’s Interview with Ayn Rand,” March 1964.
You won’t work a day in your life, if you choose an occupation
by answering some of the following questions:
What do you love?
What you are passionate about?
What are you good at?
What comes naturally to you?
What uses your strengths, talents and abilities?
What is your calling?
Where you want to make a difference?
Where do you want to give back, pay it forward or leave it as a legacy?
What keeps you awake at nights?
What gets you moving?
What moves you?
What motivates you?
What gives you the most joy, happiness and sense of accomplishment?
What is it that you can do better than most people?
What makes you stretch and grow?
What adds to your life?
What makes you want to live more, enjoy more and give more?
What gives you the burning desires, magnificent obsession and all consuming passion?
What you were born to do?
What you believe in?
What you stand for?
What you will give your life for?
What is it that you cannot help it?
Inner based elements
List 3 – 5 possible topics you’d like to teach or “try-on” for now and which niche group you might like to teach these to. (Don’t worry if you are not sure how to turn your topic into a money-making proposition for now.)You can learn how to convert your passion into a speaking career here: http://www.peakpotentials.com/new/courses_camps/tt.html
1. Your gift/talent
2. Ability to manage/achieve
Martin Howey on “Finding Your Own Uniqueness.”
Download the full document source (Martin Howey) information below by entering terms ***“Finding your own uniqueness unskillful/unenjoyable” into Google.com.***
1. Unskillful / Unenjoyable
2. Unskillful / Enjoyable
3. Skillful / Unenjoyable
4. Skillful / Enjoyable
7. Unique The definitions of the Categories of Expertise are as follows:
Unskillful / Unenjoyable
Tasks you are not good at, nor are you interested in. For example: Some people don’t understand or enjoy working with income taxes. While taking additional courses, classes or training may help you develop a certain amount of competence in an area you don’t enjoy, continuing to work in this area may very well result in frustration, consume valuable time and move you further away from your goals.
Hiring a CPA who is not only good at working with taxes, but who also enjoys number crunching may be a more workable solution, and can free you up to spend more time on tasks you enjoy and are good at.
Unskillful / Enjoyable
These include things you are not good at, but you have an interest in. For example: You may have an interest in computers and learning all the latest software programs, but you may not be real good at mastering them.
No matter how much you may enjoy the task, if you either don’t have the time, the patience, the talent or the inclination to develop the necessary level of expertise, the learning curve may prove to be too costly for you to pursue.
Skillful / Unenjoyable
These are tasks you may be good at, but have no desire in doing. For example: You may do a great job at washing your car or mowing your lawn, but you don’t enjoy doing those tasks. Having a car wash or lawn service handle those jobs, can free you up to do more of the things you enjoy.
Skillful / Enjoyable
Some tasks you are good and you also enjoy doing them. You can derive a certain amount of satisfaction from doing these things, but you need to weigh just how good you are at doing them.
If you are only competent (or good) at them, perhaps your time could be better spent in other areas. On the other hand, if you really enjoy (are interested in doing) them, you may be willing to sacrifice the quality of the job you do for the benefit of the enjoyment.
Some things you do very well, and because of that you enjoy doing them. Or perhaps, because you enjoy doing these tasks, you happen to do them very well. Regardless of the order, you do an excellent job, and the rewards and satisfaction you receive makes you want to continue doing them.
Very few people in life or in business can be considered true experts. However, once in a while, you encounter a person who does things better than nearly anyone else. This person usually receives a great deal of satisfaction from doing their chosen work, and is most often very handsomely compensated.
As you move clockwise from top to bottom around the circle in the illustration above, things become easier, more enjoyable, and your effectiveness increases. However, Massive success in any area of your life can only be realized when you’re operating from a position of…
Your Own Uniqueness
This is a place where no one else can come. You and you alone, can occupy this position. This is where you do things that can’t be duplicated by anyone else.
You can always do online personality and career tests at
Read an amazing article by T. Harv Eker about discovering your passion:
Just Do It
South Asian Women working with their fathers
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