FInd Your BIGG Passion Cover

How to Find Your BIGG Passion

FInd Your BIGG Passion Cover

Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy your Sunday evenings instead of dreading the week ahead? To wake up on Monday morning excited about your work day? To do work that doesn’t seem like work because you love it so much?

It’s what we all want. Yet few people have it.

One of the most frequent questions we get is, “How do I find my passion?” Many of our most popular posts on BIGG Success involve finding your passion.

That’s why we made this the flagship personal tutorial in the BIGG Success Entreprenurturing™ Center.

[Mary-Lynn] I found my passion at an early age – I became a radio broadcaster. But I had to explore this issue again when opportunities dried up in my industry.

[George] This is one of the biggest mistakes I made in my career. I was too opportunistic. Now I’m living my passion and I’m so happy!

Passion-finding is a worthwhile investment of your time. This tutorial will help you get the most of that investment.

Here are the specifics of what’s inside:

  • You’ll learn about the dangerous constraint which holds most people back and keeps them from living their passion
  • We’ll discuss the two places to look for your passion
  • You’ll discover two questions which will help you uncover what you really want out of life
  • You’ll learn about a filter which helps you determine what is really most important to you
  • You’ll see five questions which will help you connect the dots, so you can what you know about yourself and use it to find your passion
  • We’ll discuss seven risk-free ways to test your potential passions – this is the part most people don’t think about but you’ll know better
  • You’ll learn five things about what it really means to live your passion

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2 replies
  1. MarcAnthony says:

    My passion is obtaining at least a dozen patents.

    I’m into commercial truck aerodynamics and ‘the ultimate love swing.’

    Due to two job accidents in 1982, I’ve been ‘in the hole’ since. Need to break out.

    THX & God Bless!

  2. George & Mary-Lynn says:

    That’s fantastic, Marc! Sorry to hear about your accidents, but we are so impressed with your ability to turn a negative into a positive with your entrepreneurial savvy. Feel free to use the contact form to let us know what materials we could provide here in the Entrepreneurturing Center to be of help to you.

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