Passion is one of the key ingredients to living a meaningful life.
This discussion is a two-part series about passion.
In Part One we are going to talk about what passion is and what it isn’t. We are going to break some myths and barriers about passion and how it defines the lives of people who are at the pinnacle of success.
These December discussions set the stage for some upcoming workshops that I believe everyone would benefit from wherever they are in life.
As you look at the reality of your life, ask yourself two questions.
First, are you creating the life you want?
Second, if not, why not?
Nice Guys are generally intelligent, industrious, and competent individuals.
However, they spend so much time seeking approval and playing it safe that they typically fall short of being all they can be.
Nice Guys are deeply afraid, not only of failure but sometimes of success.
Let’s discuss the ways in which Nice Guys sabotage themselves and get stuck in lives of mediocrity.
Then let’s talk about how we can free ourselves from this rut, by facing our fears, learning to chart our own path, letting go of perfectionism, learning to ask for help, identifying self-sabotaging behaviors, and developing a more accurate view of the world.
Let’s also talk about the importance of having a purpose and how we can find that purpose and be truly fulfilled in our lives!
Join us this week at Integrated Men, where we will be diving into the heart of passion.
You don’t want to miss our December series, as it helps you prepare for 2024.
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