“Discover your passion”.

Written by graham and julie

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Believe it or not Florence Nightingale’s passion was……statistics. Yes good old fashioned Statistics. She was so god at it, in1858 she wasrepparttar first female elected member ofrepparttar 141946 Statistical Society ofrepparttar 141947 UK and an honorary member ofrepparttar 141948 American Statistical Association.

When you think about it you can seerepparttar 141949 connection. Because she was passionate about Statistics she was able to see and prove that disease was killing more troops than battle and then do something about it.

What about you? What isrepparttar 141950 deep down passion that lights your life up. What is it that you love doing and being beyond all else.

Michael Jordan’s passion is basketball. But most are unaware that his passion was such that he had written into his contract that he could play “pickup” games whenever he wanted. (For us non Americans this is playing with whoever is available on public sites) He just wanted to play basketball whenever he felt like it. There is no doubt that it was his passion that made him so brilliant, so extraordinary.

Go on….. you can tell yourself. There is no need to tell others. Just have a go and tell yourself.

What is that love that stirs you up - that love that others may not be interested in but is so important to you. What is it that makes you forget time? What is it that you love doing?

We all have it. We all have at least one thing that we are passionate about.

What’s yours?

The bottom line is; passion is motivating. Passion is more motivating that money. Passion energises and transforms you. When you are passionate about something then you enter that ‘flow’ state where time stands still. You are so focussed. You are really in tune with yourself.

Go on try it.

Good Luck

Graham and Julie www.desktop-meditation.com

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Are You The Driver Or The Passenger?

Written by Sonny Julius

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I finally reached this decision when I was forty-two years of age. I decided this business was no longer for me. My dad never really understood why I wanted to give it up even though I tried to explain why. I wasn't happy aboutrepparttar hours,repparttar 141913 compensation,repparttar 141914 stress and a host of other things usually demanded of a retail business.

The dream I had for becoming a commissioned sales representative kept popping up in my head overrepparttar 141915 years. I finally decided I was going to berepparttar 141916 "driver" and no longer a "passenger" on my road through life. So it wasn't long before I got my first job as a sales rep. However it only lasted about eighteen months. I became dissatisfied with not onlyrepparttar 141917 company butrepparttar 141918 sales manager as well. I had already lined up a position with another company so I wasn't without a job for very long. I spentrepparttar 141919 next twenty years with them until my retirement.

During those years in sales I wasrepparttar 141920 happiest I had ever been in my life. I earned more income during that time and was able to provide more things for my family too. Even though I traveled out of town every other week for about six years as a sales supervisor my wife was satisfied with that arrangement and so was I. I've come torepparttar 141921 conclusion that no matter what age you are make sure that you always decide what kind of life is right for you. Inrepparttar 141922 last six years my wife and I have spent halfrepparttar 141923 year in Florida andrepparttar 141924 other half in our primary home in Indiana. It was a big decision. During those times we are away from our children and grandchildren but we made that choice because we were tired ofrepparttar 141925 winters in Indiana. Once again we becamerepparttar 141926 "drivers" instead ofrepparttar 141927 "passengers" and made a choice ofrepparttar 141928 type of life we wanted to lead. Only you should decide which kind of journey you will be taking through life and how you will arrive there. Take charge. Remember it's "Your Life." Enjoy it torepparttar 141929 fullest. Copyright © 2004 All Rights Reserved AbsolutelySenior.com

Sonny Julius is a retired sales supervisor. He has published an ebook geared to senior citizens. The ebook "Absolutely Senior" is a guide for living the senior lifestyle. He also has a Free weekly newsletter and offers personal coaching.

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