4 Questions to Help You Find Your Passion!

4 Questions to Help You Find Your Passion!

Everyone’s journey is different. Finding your passion may be different from others. How you find it can be different as well. Doing something you love and getting paid for it is very possible! There are hundreds of ways and it’s very easy now to find mentors who are doing what you love and making a profit. Here are four questions I used to I find out my passion.

I go to scale the Future’s possiblities! Farwell!

Henrik Ibsen, 19th Century Norwgian playwright

What do I love?

What do you love to do?- this is a great starter question. I first made a list of things I loved, liked and enjoyed doing. Seemed simple and if there were things I wasn’t sure about when and experienced them.

What am I good at?

Things that you may love doing may not be the same things you are good at. If they are that’s a plus. It helps to create a Venn diagram to really analyze and figure out what is it is you are truly passionate about. I know for me, I enjoy writing and I feel I am pretty adequate at it. So I am always learning to improve upon it.

What does the world need?

Will it help someone? Can I fill a niche or market?- I first started writing to express and get my thoughts out there. It has evolved to reaching that one audience member that it will resonate with to follow their dreams or goals. If I can do it, so can you! Inspire!

Can I profit from it?

There are so many tools and resources out there that all I had to do was research what other bloggers are doing to make a profit. Affiliate links, eBooks, emails courses- the list goes on. As there is for so many other hobbies it’s just finding someone who is doing the same thing or finding the people to group together to make your dream a reality.

These questions are great starters for helping you find something you are passionate about. If you aren’t sure…

Go try new things!

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Keep Kicking and smiling! –TJ Banski

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