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FINDING YOUR PASSION -- AND DOING IT
For many of us, our days, weeks and years may seem a bit empty, speeding by anonymously without direction. "What's the point?" we ask. Or our lives feel out of our control. Our hopes and passions turn into pipe dreams that someday we'd go after "if only I had the time."

What's the answer? Find out what's important to you and go after it a little bit every day. It may sound too simple, but SparkPeople proves that it's just that basic.

It's a matter of deciding on a point, rather than hoping to find one. Focusing instead of fretting. In other words, turning wishes into goals.

When you do something you feel strongly about, you work harder, have more fun and do a better job. Your talents and abilities are taken to another level, transformed by the magic of pursuing your passion. You end up amazing yourself.

If you're having trouble figuring out what your passion is, don't worry, you're not alone. Society has done a good job of strangling our ability to get excited about most anything. If that's your case, start small.

You don't have to climb a mountain or cure cancer to achieve your goals. You can do amazing things every day just by having a positive effect on your friends and family. Your "point" can be physical fitness, a hobby, a personal relationship, or the pursuit of a personal interest.

The excitement you'll feel will be just as genuine and powerful.



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