Passion by itself is of little value (like having a car without a steering wheel) but Passion with Purpose, it has many benefits. It is what drives us in all we do!
Passion with purpose to us is…
Inspiring. You’ll find inspiration everywhere rather than desperately searching for it “out there.”
It is also, invigorating. Your alarm clock becomes your achievement clock. You look forward to its sound and will usually be up before it goes off. You will be waking up invigorated to get to the important work you believe in started.
Most importantly it initiates. Passion with purpose fuels you like a natural Redbull. It overcomes the resistance of procrastination and enables you to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Sustains. Difficulties become stepping stones rather than stumbling blocks. Passion keeps you going after others give up.
Comforts. Passion reminds you that you did your best and brings you to a comfort zone instead of a stressful one.
Completes. Because you only begin that which is worthwhile. With purposeful passion, you’ll be in a consistent state of cup 1/2 full mentality.
Because of this Passion with Purpose also enhances: It expands the possibilities, benefits, and value of the work being done.
Passion with Purpose wrap up
Finally, it is our hope this has inspired you to not only seek out passions but passions with a purpose! For more inspiration read our blog on ‘Being Enough‘.
Here at The Payment Princess, we long to share and have our passions expressed in every language in a way that unlocks the deepest passions in the hearts of all our connections. The goal of our work is to trigger inside every reader an overwhelming response to the truth of our individual passions, unfolding the deep mysteries of life and business in the universal language of the heart.
If you are hungry for passion in life and want to know how to develop passion with purpose, make sure you follow us as we will help you discover what we have found by sharing with you our journey.
Every morning I lay out the pieces of my life on the altar and wait for your fire to fall upon my heart. –Psalm 5:3