The # 1 Way for Finding It.
What are you passionate about?
Sometimes this question can cause us to panic. Our kids are getting older and many of us have no idea how to answer this question. I am here to say (no comma) that’s fantastic!
The number one way to discover your passion is to give yourself permission to ask the question.
You don’t have to have an answer. There are so many possibilities when it comes down to it.
Relax and sit with the open question:
What am I passionate about?
Embrace a state of mind that allows you to be curious.
What do I want?
What is important to me?
Learn to understand what you love and want. You can’t get what you want until you know what you want.
Discovering your passions is a learning process. Have fun with it. See the possibilities and try new things. Begin to learn about yourself.
Notice what you enjoy and what makes you happy. Don’t rush. Be willing to step back, explore, and fail a few times, however long it takes.
Connect with your curiosity.
Ask yourself: “What do I like and love?”
Then follow it. Completely dive into it and see where it takes you.
Embrace the process. Be brave and imagine what you are capable of once you discover your answer!
Questions: What do you love to do? What are you passionate about?
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Hi. I’m Sheryl.
Welcome to my heart, my story, and my love for Moms of Tweens and Teens.
My passion and mission for MOTTS was born out of my personal journey – a journey that took me from a place of being fearful to show others the real me, to a place of slowly opening my heart to being authentic; a place of shame wanting to hide my challenges and struggles to experiencing the grace and love of being known and accepted; a place of not knowing what to do, to a place of experiencing the healing, wisdom, and transformation that comes from being a part of a community of women who are willing to share their hearts and allow themselves to be seen and known.
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