You have something you're passionate about, and you love to do it.

You spend your spare time thinking about and playing with your passion, or you run it as a side business while doing a job working for someone else.

But now you want to know…

  • HOW do I turn this passion into my full time profession?
  • HOW do I set myself up to make a living from this passion where I can sustain a good income?
  • HOW can I do what I love and no longer have to work for someone else?

In this video we cover important tips for getting you started on the path to have your passion become your profession. These tips will also support you if you're already making money from your passion but you want to take it to the next level…

How to Turn Your Passion into Your Profession

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4 thoughts on “Turning Your Passion into Your Profession

  1. LeAnn says:

    What do you do when you’ve never had a passion for anything? Help! I’m a Jill of many trades but a master of none. I feel like I was put here to learn as much as possible in this lifetime but now at 52 yrs I’m still learning but have nothing to show for it very literally. Does everyone have a passion?

    • Bernadette Logue says:

      Hey LeAnn, well it sounds to me like you do have a passion… a passion for learning new things and variety of learning. There doesn’t have to be anything to “show for it”, you’re allowed to do what feels good just for the joy of it. You said “I FEEL like I was put here to learn as much as possible” – amazing!! That is a purpose for your life and you do it with passion. It’s not necessary that all aspects of our purpose or passion become our profession, as obviously there are opportunity costs… if you give yourself to one endeavor, you dedicated time and energy to it, which you can’t give to other things. Just a thought… you might find it useful to look at your numerology life path number for insights into your journey, I love the book The Life You Were Born to Live by Dan Millman. It’s so fascinating! Love, B

      • LeAnn says:

        Hi again. I do love learning but for me it has a down side. I am in massive debt and can’t seem to stay in a profession with enough income to get out from under my student loans. I will have a gander at that book you suggested. Thank you!

        • Bernadette Logue says:

          I hear you! Yes do check out that book. You might also consider, if you love variety, doing work/jobs that offer flexibility, short term, variety as their nature. E.g temping work, contract work, part-time work, things that provide you a stable base to continuously earn income but to do so with flexibility and variety to counter act the not staying long enough in one profession to make an income. If that is because you get bored, or want more learning, that appeal for newness (which may show up in the life path number in the book I mentioned), may be something to fact in with how you approach your career path. Also – there are many ways to learn, some are paid educational paths, some are experiential learning, learning with free resources, mentoring, learning on the job, having your employer support your learning with professional development in the arena of a chosen job/career. Just food for thought! 🙂

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