Free Passion Discovery Worksheet

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FREE PASSION DISCOVERY WORKSHEET

Find Work You Love

Download this fun, easy exercise to discover what you’d most love doing next and open many possibilities for where and how you’ll find it. The Passion Discovery Worksheet asks you all the right questions to help you get started:

  • Gain clarity, energy, and enthusiasm
  • End your struggle to figure out what you want to do next
  • Find fulfilling work opportunities that far exceed your expectations

Then watch the free video series for more tips. Get all the support and tools you need to confidently and successfully transition into work you love through the self-paced course, The Passionate Professional: How to Make Your Ordinary Career Extraordinary, and companion coaching programs.

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Elements List: Small Clues to the Big Picture

The key to finding work you love is getting clear on what you love. Through the Passion Discovery Worksheet, you discover all the small details that add up to the big picture of what you’d most enjoy doing next and put them together in an Elements List.

A good Elements List gets down to the elemental level and describes the essence of what you’d really enjoy having in your work and life—like the elements of work activities you most enjoy, environment you thrive in, type of people you enjoy working with, and larger impact you want to have in the world.

A great Elements List multiplies your options for how and where you find your ideal work. The more you get to the essential, elemental level of what you want, the more powerful your list will be in creating new opportunities to do work you love.

When you share the highlights of your list with others, people will naturally have ideas and suggestions for you to check out. You’ll be surprised by the opportunities and ideas that virtually fall into your lap. Take the first step to finding work you love—download your Passion Discovery Worksheet and create your Elements List now!

 

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Success Story: “Jane is a delightful blend of practical and passionate. She’s grounded, easy to connect with, and her warmth and optimism are contagious. No matter what kind of mood I started a session in, I always ended it feeling good about myself, eager and capable. What Jane offers is so much more than business advising. She sees things in you that are sometimes hard to see yourself – some little spark of passion that you’d forgotten was there, and coaxes it to flame. Jane is an illuminator of possibility.”