Two Questions to Discover What You Love to Do

If you’re going through the motions in your career but wondering what would REALLY bring you joy, this video is for you! If you’re looking for more passion or fulfillment, ask yourself these two simple questions to gain clarity on a skill you have and could monetize. I share how this question led me to an online business with more freedom and fulfillment… and could for you, too!

The Secret to Discovering What You (Really) Love

Often, our passions or talents are hiding right in front of us, but because we’re so close to them, they’re hard to see. Here are two questions that can help you discover what you love to do.

Question #1: What’s Your Post-Work Rush?

Picture this: you’ve just wrapped up a long day at work, and you’re finally back home. What’s the very first thing you want to do? Is there something that immediately grabs your attention, making you rush to your computer to explore, do a little online shopping, or just lose yourself in it? That topic might hold the key to your passion.

For me personally, I realized that I was always rushing home to learn more about personal development, business, and marketing. It’s no surprise that I eventually learned how to combine those passions, creating a book, podcast, blog, and business around personal development.

Question #2: What Makes Time Fly?

Now, let’s talk about those moments when you’re so engrossed in something that you completely lose track of time. It’s like you’re in your own world, right? Maybe it’s writing, singing your heart out, tending to your garden, fixing stuff, or diving deep into complex topics like space or quantum physics. These are the moments when you’re doing what you absolutely love and could even monetize as a business.

As you ponder these questions, consider:

  1. Your Free Time: What do you naturally gravitate towards when you finally have some “me time”? Is there a common theme or activity?
  2. Time-Warping Activities: What are those pursuits that make time slip away unnoticed? These are your passion projects in disguise.
  3. The Potential: Think about how your passion could evolve. Could it lead to a side hustle, a new career, or maybe just a way to make some extra cash? The possibilities are endless.

Taking Action on Your Discoveries

Now that you may have some ideas, here are a few ways you can put your discoveries into action:

  • Schedule time: Dedicate 15 to 30 minutes each week to nurture your newfound passion.
  • Be a beginner again: Learn more, experiment, and dive deeper into your passion.
  • Connect and share: Seek out others who share your passion. Join communities or find like-minded individuals who can support and inspire you.
  • Dream big: Imagine the possibilities. Could your passion become more than just a hobby? Could it lead to a side hustle, extra income, or even your dream job?
  • Adapt and Grow: Keep an eye on how your passion evolves. Be open to change and growth. It’s OK if you’re feeling the call to pivot or EVOLVE.

The journey to discovering what you absolutely love doing is about reigniting what truly excites you. Building a life that’s not just about going through the motions but about living life to the fullest. By embracing your passion, you bring more joy and fulfillment not only to your own life but also to those around you. Your passion has the potential to make a real impact, whether it’s in your industry, your community, or even the world.

Let me know in the comments what answer arises for you! 💛

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P.S. More on this topic: Pivoting to Your True Passion Feat. Kristine Munro and How to Find Your Passion [Hint: It’s Not Just ONE Thing].

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