What made you finally say ENOUGH?

I was talking to my agent the other day about my latest book (more to be revealed about that soon). She asked me what drove people to finally say enough and seek a solution. What would make people want to buy a book about living from joy?

I had a variety of reason: emotional pain, not feeling loved, loss of a loved one or a job or a dream or ….

And then I had a thought. Ask. So I am asking you today.

I’d love to hear your answer because then I could write more clearly about the solutions. I might even make a video, do a guided meditation or write a book all about the solution. Just for you!

So put on your thinking cap, dig deep and post away in the comment section.

Your feedback might just make for a more awesome 2014!!!

What was your enough?

What finally made you start seeking?

What was your pain index before you finally said enough?

Were you moving away from pain or toward a dream or a vision?

What was the pain caused by?

I really really want to know.

With love and excitement about reading your responses,
Susan

And I say thanks in advance!!

Your wish is my desire

gratitude

Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything.

Napoleon Hill

Getting in touch with your passion makes a huge difference. Deciding to live that passion is the key living the life of your dreams.

What is your passion?

I had no idea at first. I started by making a list of nurturing things. Initially to create that I had to experiment. I would try something and if I enjoyed it I’d add it to my list.  I found curiosity very useful.

I’d think about doing something nurturing and then I’d mull it over.  I ask myself some questions.

Is that expansive, healthy, or in short good for me?
Will I have fun?
How will I feel afterwards?
Will it add to the quality of my life?

When my first thought was no found I’d have to ask myself if I had ever tried it. Often, after experimenting I would find myself adding it to my list.

I found there were things that just felt good and things that helped me define my passion. The more I explored the better my life became. I actually began to define and follow my passions.

What is your list of nurturing things?

For a number of years I put my list of nurturing things in the back of my journal. That way I always knew where it was and could easily add something new. When I begin working with someone I often suggest they start their own list. They response I often get is, “Why bother?”

A list of nurturing things is a list of things that feed your  soul. Passion, true passion comes from your soul. It is related to the essence of your being.

True desire comes from your soul. Doing one thing that feeds your soul every day will set you free!

With love and aloha,
Susan

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Love to see your list of nurturing things in the comment section ……