Stop Saying You Don't Know What You're Passionate About

I get so many emails from people who want to know what they should do with their lives.

I never know how to respond. I don't know what you should do with your life. I'm not you.

The good news is that you probably already know what you're passionate about. You're just too scared to admit it. The emotional stakes are higher for things we care about.

Most of us have been trained by society to ignore our own truth. Eventually, we start losing our ability to see it at all. Our "truth muscles" atrophy.

In this weeks video, I lay out the three steps you must take in order to retrain that muscle so you can finally identify and follow through on your passions:

Stop waiting for someone to tell you what your passion is or what your niche should be. You know the truth. And you'll be the one who misses out if you don't act on it.

You may think you need certainty before doing something courageous. But it doesn't work that way. Everybody I know who is making a living doing work they love had to take the initial plunge before they got any real clarity.

Most of them are still searching. And they're cool with that, because they know it's all part of the journey.

You don't need to be certain to succeed in this life. Just brave.

What might happen if you started listening to your truth?

Greg Faxon

Greg Faxon, 2829 Connecticut Avenue NW (Apt 513), Washington, DC 20008, United States