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How much passion do you feel for your life?

Do you wake up every morning thinking, ‘Yes! Today is going to be another wonderful day living a life I’m totally passionate about!’

What if you did, how good would that be?

Amazing, right?  Because, when you live your life with passion, you are connected to who you really are, you have clarity, you have purpose… Without passion, something is missing.

Your mission (should you choose to accept it) is to tread the path that will take you to your passions!

Take a moment and think back to when you were a child. What did you love doing? What could you have done all day without noticing the time pass? When you could do whatever you wanted to do, what did you choose?

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How many of the things you loved doing as a child, are you are still doing today?

For most of us, it is very few. We have become disconnected from experiencing and expressing this part of ourselves. We no longer feel free to embrace our inner child.

So, do something today that you used to love doing as a child. Run in the fields, climb a tree (carefully!), build sandcastles on the beach, paint, draw, read, laugh, skip, jump…

Treat yourself to that experience. Connect with that passion for a few minutes, a few hours or a whole day and see how you feel afterwards.

Then ask yourself ‘How can I bring more of that feeling into my life now?’

What do I need to do?

What do I need to stop doing?

What do I need to add to my life?

What can I change right now?

Answer these questions, take action and give yourself a big hug…

You have taken the first step towards living a more passionate life!

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