Relaxation News by Laurie H. Miller, C.C.H.

Issue 41  –  February/March 2011

Laurie’s Notes

Dear Clients,

relaxationMy newsletter this time focuses on finding your passion. Without passion your life is less than what it could people.  When you find your passion your life becomes richer and everything becomes easier!

“We welcome passion, for the mind is briefly let off duty.”

Take care, Laurie




Career / Personal / Purpose / Relationships

“Man is only great when he acts from passion.”

Passionate people don’t stay long in a rut. They kick themselves out (or get someone else to help). Passion is the key to carry you through as you journey towards your visions and goals.

Success Demands Passion!

Passion makes the difference between achieving success and failing, between being powerful or mediocre.

Your parents told you that only hard work can create success. When the difficult times arrive, or when you feel like you work for nothing, or you feel like you don’t get anything in return for your effort, what keeps you moving forward is PASSION!

Inaction will never bring success. When actively accomplishing something, you feel good and are motivated to ‘keep on going’.

When you are passionate about what you do, your passion will show up in your work or in other areas of your life. The energy and excitement are there and they attract people to come to you. Everything else will follow!

Find Your Passion Now!

You discover your strengths by finding the things you love to do. Then you do whatever it takes to use those strengths.  When working towards a goal you must have patience, perseverance, diligence and intensity.  Without passion these become limited. When maximizing potential, passion is an absolute must.

“Passion is your asset.
Find it, keep it, nurture it.
You won’t regret your decision.”

Answer these questions if you don’t know what makes you passionate. It’s a start…

  1. What do you find easy?
  2. What sparks your creativity?
  3. What makes you smile?
  4. What would you do for free?
  5. What do you enjoy talking about?
  6. What would you regret not having tried?



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