106: The Art of Knowing What You Want



What do you want to do in life? What drives you? What are you truly passionate about?


Today, we are talking about the art of knowing what you want and how to prioritize your passions. We'll be uncovering what you're really passionate about, the benefits of pursuing your passions, and how you can actually make time for them in the midst of your everyday life.


Show Notes

What’s In This Episode:

  • Why you should uncover your passion and pursue it

  • How to know if you’re truly passionate about something

  • 5 things to consider when you're discovering your passion

  • Making space & prioritizing the things that are most important to you

What To Do Next:

  • I want you to really uncover and think through what is important to you. Make your list of interests and passions, prioritize that list, and then carve time out of each day, or at least out of each week, and dedicate it to pursuing the interests that are important to you.

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“Sometimes we are our own worst enemy, our harshest critic, and we need to be reminded of our potential by those who can see our happiness when we're doing things we unconsciously love to do.”



Resources & Links

Resources & Links:

  • Binging with Babish with Andrew Rea 

  • 5 things to consider when you're discovering your passion

    • Think back to your youth

    • Eliminate money from your mindset

    • Ask your friends and family for some feedback

    • Consider things that inspire you

    • Think about mentors, heroes, or cheerleaders past or present


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