Money Bliss. Making Money Doing What you Love to Do!

5 years ago


Do More of What you Love Doing!

There are many successful women out there who are living their life as they want to – Living their Big Picture goals and dreams. They are working hard doing what they absolutely love to do.  If you asked these women if money is the driver or motivator, most will tell you that money has nothing to do with it. The most successful women are those who are working toward the things they are passionate about and love.  There are many reasons for this. The more you love what you do the harder you are going to work at it because you will be enjoying your work.  This sounds simple.  We all know of women who are in jobs they disdain but the money is wonderful.  Doing anything for money will not bring you Money Bliss.

Are you stuck?

If you feel like you are bored with your life or not doing what you should be doing with it then it is time to make a change. There may be obstacles or fears holding you back from accomplishing the goals you have set forth in your life. It is time to get past the obstacles and make your dreams happen. Money, or lack of money, often is not the obstacle, motivation and letting go of fear is.  Getting beyond stuck can be tricky and complicated.  However, a well thought-out plan and leveraging resources are ways to increase success.  You just need to get started.

Every Passion can make Money

Many women aren’t quite sure what their true passion is. They want to work toward being successful as they see many other women but they just aren’t sure what it is that they can do. This could leave you feeling frustrated.  Finding your passion is possible and it will take some deep soul searching.  Your passion may be right in front of you and you don’t even realize it.  Every passion has the capability of making money.  It is just seeing the angle you need to take to make it happen. You shouldn’t sit around and avoid your passion because you don’t think you could financially survive on it because you can.

It Starts with Personal Self Reflection 

Finding your true passion requires personal self-reflection.  Be very clear on what inspires you. Sarah was a seasoned marketing professional at a very large organization. She left her 6 digit paying job because she was no longer passionate about what she was doing…

 "Some of my friend’s think that I gave up everything to pursue my passion of teaching literacy to children in Africa. I quit my job, withdrew some money from my retirement savings, and went abroad to help children in need.  I didn’t realize how empty I was until I started following my passion and making a difference in the lives of children who had relatively nothing.  I don’t make much money today, but I am richer as a person and woman.  Many of my friends still don’t understand what I did because they couldn’t imagine walking away. I don’t feel stuck anymore. I feel free."  Sarah J. (Toronto, Canada)

8 Steps to Finding your true Passion

Start today and get on the path to getting the life you want: 

1)     Believe in yourself - self belief is essential. Squash those nagging doubts

2)     Have a winning attitude - shift your frame of mind and think successful thoughts

3)     Hone your idea - flesh out your idea. Write it down. Run it by your friends

4)     Build momentum - walk before you run. Start slowly and build

5)     Make the best of your resources - leverage those in your trusted circle.  They want you to succeed

6)     Sacrifice and work hard - this goes without saying. You need to give to get

7)     Organize your life - get your money life organized to focus completely on your goal

8)     Visualize & meditate - successful people visualize their success.  Picture yourself winning

The most important step in finding your passion is to invest in yourself because if you don’t, who else will.  Finding what you love to do is a sure fire way of getting a lifetime of Money Bliss. All you need to do is start.  

Getting More. Money Bliss

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