Greetings and happy new year!
With all the transitions taking place around the world, my mind has been thinking about many things.
One thing that keeps coming to mind is employee shortages.
it seems people are fed up with the mindless, meaningless tasks they call a career.
I wonder if you are having any of these thoughts?
- Why am I doing this?
- What is my purpose?
- There has to be more than this!
Do you want to change this and live a life of purpose and meaning?
If your answer is yes, then read on. If not, then go back to the life you have.
To make a change, first begin by turning off your television, radio and social media.
Great! Now you can begin to rediscover YOU.
Consider your strengths and what gives you a reason to get out of bed in the morning.
Begin to explore ways you can do these things and get paid.
Did you know, not so long ago, people had careers that were their entire life?
The butcher lived above his store and did his job every day because his passion was cutting meats.
The teacher was single and lived at or near the school, so she or he could focus on their passion of teaching young minds.
The grocer knew you by name and knew what you purchased often, because his/her passion was providing delicious food to customers.
The priest or pastor devoted their entire body, mind and soul to being the best spiritual support to the church.
Have you ever watched a chef or bar tender who has a passion for their job? They have energy, and watching them work is like watching a well oiled machine of dedication to detail, or like a hypnotic dance.
What is your passion?
Next, find yourself an affirmation to focus on.
Write it down and put it somewhere you will see it, then go out and live it.
Rich people don’t sit at home thinking, “I am rich….I am rich…I am rich…” They go out and live a rich life.
I wouldn’t be a hypnotherapist if I just sat at home dreaming about being a hypnotherapist. It took effort, dedication and passion.
My passion for hypnosis led me to do things I never thought possible. When things got difficult, I would look at my affirmation and remember what my passion was. If the difficulty was part of achieving that passion, then I found a way to embrace it, which changed the level of difficulty and made the process a memorable experience.
If you learn and know what your passion is, it will help motivate you to live it.
If your looking for a new rewarding career, consider adding hypnosis to your skill set.
Above all, stop comparing yourself to those around you.
Every great; athlete, chef, musician, teacher, doctor, etc all have one thing in common. Each one became the best they could be. They modeled the qualities of other great professionals and leaders in their field, but they didn’t try to become them. Each person became the best they could be.
You can only be YOU everyone else it taken!
Jessica L Hanson CHt. LLC