Your True Passion
Have you found your true passion yet? Is it hiding under a bushel? Are you too shy to reveal it?
What are you going to do when you find your true passion? Will you find it before you die?
These are questions that I hear continually from people who don’t know or can’t find what their true passion is. How does one go about being passionate about something or someone? Is it by telling the world that you’re passionate going to solve your problem?
People know when you’re passionate about something or someone just by the way you behave. Your voice tone tells them. It’s just not excitement or a heated exchange. It’s about you, your personality, your body language, the way your inner most thoughts come out.
Passion is one of the things that people bandy around when they want people to know that they are serious about their job – their education – their career – their concern. It doesn’t always work out that way. People have to understand that your passion is genuine. It’s nothing that you make up or produce like a product. It’s either the real McCoy or it isn’t.
How does one, a talk show, an interviewer, a radio announcer, a business person, convey to their potential clients on how passionate they really are. That you will stop at nothing to get the job done. To do the work to the best that you can do. To reach out and beyond what you normally produce. To convince your clients that you’re the one who’s going to take the risks, take the leaps of faith, and by-pass the competition without sparing a glance at them.Ms. Lillian S. Cauldwell is known in the Broadcast Media Industry as ‘Passionate’ and ‘Getting Things Done.’ Are these two concepts married to each other? Can one exist without the other one? Does Passion make it possible for Ms. Caudwell to produce the desired result without being passionate about what she does?
How can you, the client tell?
The client can tell by:
Behavior – how does Ms. Cauldwell act when she isn’t around her client and other people? Does she work any harder or any less? Does she accomplishes her goals once she sets them? Does she do the work and then shares with the client what she’s done?
Body and Facial Language – how does Ms. Cauldwell express herself? Do her eyes shine? Do her words tumble out of her mouth, but at the same time being understood by her client? Are her arms flailing? How does Ms. Cauldwell convey to her client that all is well with their worlds and that the work was done on time and in an efficient manner?
Communication: how does Ms. Cauldwell let her clients and potential clients that everything was done as instructed by the client? Was her words clear, concise, and precise? Did she deliver what she promised? Did Ms. Cauldwell Mean what she said and Said what she mean? Did her clients pick up on her words, phrases, and sentences knowing that Ms. Cauldwell gave them exactly what they wanted?
Passion comes in many forms and many manners. No two people deliver passion the same way. All business do imbue some type of passion into their work to put them ahead of their competitors.
Passion plays the role of how successful a person becomes when they know they’re good at something. They want to share it with their clients. They want to leave a ripple behind in the community.
What about you? What kind of passion do you possess?
Think about it. Come up with a solution. Then, let me know in the comment’s section below.
Together we can develop your Passion into something meaningful so that you can leave behind your own ripple.