Are You Just Existing and Calling it a Life?
“For those who want to find real value in their personal lives, this book will help refocus their direction and help them to get on a journey that is truly important.” Ernie Zelinski, Author of “How to Retire Happy, Wild and Free”
Our passions define us, inspire us, empower us and ultimately give our lives meaning and purpose beyond merely existing. But too many people have resigned themselves to accepting life rather than grabbing for all they can. Their existence is made up of boring and uninspired day-to-day routines offering no true fulfillment with no end in sight.
Rather than just existing, instead of merely accepting life we have the power to choose to pursue what matters most to us. But to do so we need to find and follow our individual passion.
Hear what readers are saying about the book:
“I wish this book were around years ago. The 5-8 years I toyed with what the next step would be could have been shaved to about one year.”
“The book confirmed for me that it is time to pursue my interests and passions, not just continue on the path that is secure and helps pay the bills. I am so much happier now because I am pursuing my passion.”
“Thanks to this author, I was able to see positive elements that exist in my life today and recognizing opportunities for improvement.”
- Learn how to better understand the roots of passion through examples and personal experiences shared by others who have found their passion
- Uncover what drives passion in others and see how that may trigger your own discovery.
- Discover specific ways to define and follow what inspires you, what turns you on and what can make every day worth living.
- Find out how you can personally empower your passion to find purpose.
“This is a valuable resource for anyone seeking more spark in any arena of life, whether personal, career, or retirement.” Andy Landis, Author of “When I Retire”
By understanding the source of these passions and identifying specific steps to empower each we can hope to take the first steps toward generating a blueprint of our purpose and the life we could be and should be living.
Why settle for less?