Passion For Life


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The Passion Principle:
The Drive to Create Positive Outcomes

Passion is the source of inspiration and motivation. Nurturing our passion allows us to achieve our biggest goals – when it collaboratively combines with the passion of other people. But passion also has a dark side when it’s fear-based and becomes a consuming need to control.

You may be struggling with obsessive passion if you:

    • regularly dwell on past problems
    • often worry about how things will turn out in the future
    • frequently feel vulnerable around other others
    • become easily frustrated or angry when people don’t do what you want them to
    • consistently feel resentment toward a particular person
    • constantly try to correct what other people are doing wrong

You can develop more harmonious passion if you:

  • learn lessons from the past that teach you what to do differently now
  • picture what it will look like if your current challenge turns out well
  • develop strong inner values about what is most important to you in life
  • work out mutually agreeable goals with other people
  • focus on taking a small step toward your goal everyday
  • catch people (including yourself) doing things right

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