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Our first book, One Woman's Journey to the Work She Loves, recounts the true story of my client Heather - Unfulfilled and exhausted as a schoolteacher, Heather has nothing left to give. After the birth of her daughter, she knew something had to change. She didn't just need a new job, she needed to find a career that was in alignment with who she was.
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Hi Joel, I think that it comes down to listening. Passion and abilities are related but not the same thing. For clarity I talk to people I know and trust. I also pay close attention to the passage of time while I am engaged in an activity. Do I loose track of time? Do I feel energized or drained? Do I find myself thanking God?
I do have many interests and talents, and have known my passion since I was a child. This brings a unique problem for me, as I sometimes feel like a Jack of all Trades, Master of None. Also, I don't seem to know of other ways to be involved with my passion other than get more degrees. Although I love learning, I'm a bit leery of going into more expense. One more thing, I have never had a mirror (close friend) to tell me their opinions on my gifts, abilities, and weaknesses as well. Someone told me this may not be necessary, but I really desire that. By the way, I have been too quiet for too long. I have much to say, but don't really know how to put it all together in a coherent fashion. I hope to do that in this group.
While most of us learn to rely on our understanding, knowledge and intellect to resolve challenges and to solve problems, we’re often also taught to ignore, sideline or distract ourselves from emotional hints, clues and reminders that are pointing us to a better direction. (Jump to…See More
"How about a local battered women's shelter? I've been in one and many times they don't have the resources to really help the women, and it might be a way to really coach some of the women also to be what they were meant to be!"