How to Re-Discover Your Passion

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If you lack motivation and want to find your lost passion, try these four steps:

Break. First, rest a little. You must be more disciplined to recover all that spent energy when you are always on the move. When you get enough sleep, your cognitive skills reinforce and motivation comes back to your life. If you can't sleep well at night, catch up by napping or meditating.
Visualize. Close your eyes and visualize your passions and their positive results. You need time away from your phone and time away from answering everyone else so you can dream again. Part of the reason we lose our passion is that, in all the hustle and bustle, we lose sight of what we want. Visualize every morning and night to regain focus and emotional connection.
Activate your passions. Set up triggers that remind you of the things you should be excited about or intentionally for. The triggers can be reminders on your phone or mirror, motivating music and videos, and statements that you declare at certain times that give life and appreciation.
Integrate and celebrate your victories. When you get something great, celebrate it! Take the time to write a journal about it and share it with others. You need to slow down and appreciate yourself. People forget to celebrate their triumphs, they go from one thing to another, which limits their emotional energy. If you give yourself the gift of celebrating your little triumphs and your daily life, you allow yourself to feel emotions that reconnect you with your passions.
Do things right and you will begin to experience what we call #TheChargedLife!

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How to Re-Discover Your Passion

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  1. Think I might get an old flip phone and put my smart phone away when I need some "White Space" Best point in the video.

  2. the fact is the world has changed and not for the better. A youthful mind is an innocent mind and as we progressively age we gain whats called WISDOM. Some people call it experience but when we are wise and too old in our minds we then try to pass on our WIsdom to our younger loved ones who of course dont listen just as we didnt.

  3. ALthough I agree with meditating and napping; I think it would have helped if you used the phrase "power nap" or even "power meditation".

  4. Should I seek counselling?? I don't know what's going on with me these days because everything's just so hard and I quit. And I admit i'm not strong enough to get up…

  5. Boy I needed this! I've been so busy, not only have I felt like I've lost my passion, but I feel like all this nervous energy I've exerted just to keep up with life's demands hasn't even yielded anything impactful to me or anyone else. I can reconnect myself to my passions! I'm gonna be okay!

  6. SOLID points. Great reminders for me personally. The main one that spoke to me is celebrating the win. I'm a big time achiever, sometimes stopping to celebrate seems inefficient, but you're completely right, it is important because it continues to feed the passion! Thanks for this.

  7. Really really don't underestimate sleep , guys.
    I had an amazing schedule that I was able to keep for a month straight, then I did ONE allnighter and ever since it has all gone to crap.

  8. This video perfectly describes my life. I used to be passionate about my goals, I celebrated with enthusiasm and I even achieved my goal but then I made a very bad and stupid decision and now I regret a lot about it. But I won't let regret take over my life. I'll build myself up again.

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