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Find Your Passion: 6 Practical Frameworks to help you precisely discover your Passion

teacher avatar Vaibhav Nahata, Champion in Making

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10 Lessons (1h 16m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Personal Anecdote

    • 3. Debunking Myths

    • 4. The 4P Exploration Model (Framework 1)

    • 5. Asking the right questions (Framework 2)

    • 6. Steven Kotler Passion Recipe (Framework 3)

    • 7. Observational Model (Framework 4)

    • 8. General Understanding Model (Framework 5)

    • 9. Ikigai Model (Framework 6)

    • 10. Conclusion

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How many have you heard the people you most admire say or the one you consider successful say find your passion :Find your passion, follow your passion, be passionate etc.?

“Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.” —Oprah Winfrey

“Nothing is as important as passion. No matter what you want to do with your life, be passionate.” —Jon Bon Jovi

“Passion is the genesis of genius.” —Tony Robbins

“One person with passion is better than forty people merely interested.” —E. M. Forster

If you go on searching.. you'll find hundreds of such quotes yet 87% in the US and globally aren't passionate about what they do and this directly leads to impact in work and results therefore. 

On the other hand, You might love dancing and ice hockey but not everything you love to do is your passion.

Honestly, If there is one word most misinterpreted in the history of mankind its passion. Everyone seems to be making a new meaning out of it. 

What if you could use practical strategies to discover about your  Passion and just follow some simple steps to discover about yourself. In this course i'll share you 6 Practical Frameworks to help you find your passion

We'll Discuss About-

1.Debunking Myths

2. 4P Exploration Model

3.The Right Questions Model

4.Steven Kotler 5 Step Recipe Model

5.Self-Discovery Model

6.Generalized 4 Steps Model

7.Ikigai Model

Through these insights, awareness and step by step mechanism, I am so excited to help you find your passion

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Vaibhav Nahata

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1. Introduction: Passion, passion and passion or keys, or how many times have you heard the people you most admire, the people you must consider celebrities. See wonderful things like follow your passion, do what you're passionate about, and all those stuff. You see it is what percent of people in the US stated that they're not passionate about what they are doing. And there's so much of research to confirm that if you're not doing what you really passionate about, your productivity and work efficiency, likely to be much less. Now you might love ice hockey or dancing, but that necessarily might not be your passion. My dear friends, if there's one most misinterpreted world I believe in the history of mankind. That would probably be the word fashion because we have created so many meanings out of it. And yet when everybody's talking about it, so few of us actually know it. What if you could use practical strategies, specific foods, structured frameworks to help yourself find your passion. I load this as Vi VAB of Nevada numbers then the how and hello in all the other languages of the world, I welcome you to this amazing code. This means apple. I am the CEO of successful cited Sebastian I, international transformational speaker and I'm on a mission to help people become champion at their graph. My dear friends discourse have come up with this course with ours in an hours out of research and after use, I'm so excited to share, use specific frameworks that you can use to help yourself find your passion. This course has helped hundreds of miles and find their partner also mean deed. So am so excited of a when you take this course, the impact it is going to make in your life and the life of people. Now you, once you start discovering and moving towards your fatten, my dear friends, the power of passion is amazing and discord. What about helping you with it? I'm so excited. There are no fake promises of you making a million dollars at you coming up with your passion and changing the world for to you taking initiative towards finding your batch it. So I'm so excited to welcome you in this course where we together in regards of finding a faction, make our way to the top. I'll see you in the studio. 2. Personal Anecdote: My dear friends will finding passion can be heard and expected to be one magical pill that can solve all the problems and challenges in your life. But rather, it is the exact opposite of that. In fact, the Greek original meaning of the word passion turns out to be suffering or rather pain. So they so much about passion that we consider to be wrong. The passion whole word has got multiple wrong identities and we'd like to uncover that and this specific video trying to understand better and more effectively. Let me show you a quick incident that happened to me a job back almost. This is highly food is the best gift to your stomach after dv will of work in and out. And I recently learned that there's a beautiful new restaurant opened up. I'm current then this was a while, please. Mild ponce buy jam music along with roast fragments, culture and utensils all round. And this, this 60 man, you know, 60-year gentlemen that comes from running towards us with the plates and the bucket with the food and all those stuff. I haven't amazing about it. He came as if he had got see lollipops as a gift right there. So damn excited. He served each of those vegetables and fruits and all those, you know, fooled right there with a beautiful panache right there. And that the same time my dear friends up getting sold. Well, I so I thought maybe, you know, do I look a little better? Has he seen near television something special over here, right, law. And with all those feelings come in, this is what happened. I cut my hair just to realize that the very next moment when he saw the new guest coming in, It took all that excitement, energy went to that person. And so with the same panache, the CM duty, the same excitement, the same energy and whatnot. So looking at him, I just thought there's so many people who are angry when they go to work and all those stuff. And there's this waiter who so excited about the work he's doing. And believe me, the food was amazing, but I was more amazed by the beauty of that 60 year-old gentleman right there. And after I completed my food IS really wanted to sit and talk with him, you know. So I was sitting over there just looking at him and and then the friend next to me literally saying We did you find another beautiful girls stop staring right now and I believe just wait for a second. That's not a girl. So what basically happened is I grind my teeth, gathered all the credit in my heart, and finally reach out to that 60-year-old budget. We called, you know, old people budgeting the pile. So I went to the bar j and i said him die. I have seen many innovators throughout my life, but you seem to be the best. You have so much of energy, so most of enthusiasm. Can you just sit with me for two to three minutes? I genuinely have a few question to ask you in a few things to learn. Now, first of all, he literally resistor a little bit. He thought he was just a waiter, but I convinced him and with the green later he invited to me one of the tables right there. So I went to him and finally asked him that genuinely, I have seen so many betas and we're just at the end of this serving people with food while also excited and energetic when you're doing that work, he took a pause for a few seconds and Ben status speaking and what he said a word to word literally changed the way I think about passion and work in a wholesome idea of prints. He said Me that web of abit of waiters in the last 15 years. And I don't work with this energy. I told have to 12 thousand rupees that I get every single month. But Weber, I love to do this because I love serving people with my Nepalese indigenous food lab of and he was so intentionally let me say that VAB hub, there's only two time series you have in your life. Either you do it at your best or don't do it at all. Eureka, this was something that damn it. Trust me so hard. You see everyday we come across people who do the so-called small work, right dead that Cooley, right? Devil meant Mumbai was literally helping. Who will it really got us a T, actually helped us with our luggage is that it leaves all of her. Yahoo literally helped us get extra, at least even now without asking for it. Because he wanted to solve as better the bubble right there. Who cut my years with up panache and so much of focus than I have ever seen before. We come across people all around in our life who do the so-called small world, but do it to the best of the limit. The whole idea is, it's not about what you do, but how you do and when you love your Voc, that's where everything begins. You'll see there are three bricklayers. We're laying the same break in the same place. And when asked at the same time, what are you doing? The first one with an angry tone, shouted back. Can't you see I'm trying to put a break, right. Take the other one said, I mean, I'm crazy. Can you not see I'm trying to build a wall. And the third man rather say, I'm laying a brick that will build this wonderful mansion. The question is, how do you see the work you're doing? You see eighty-five percent of people, according to research, do the work they heat to do every single day. And rather 97% of people because of the same die with regrets in their life. We have a choice in our life to do work. We don't have a choice in our life to do both. We have a choice to find out what we love and do it to the best of limits to serve ourselves. And very importantly, when done in the best way to serve the world with our beautiful craft. My defense in this course, this is what we're trying to do, trying to find out models to help us find our passion, debunk the myths about it, and then go forward. Use the modules to help us find a passion and later tried to convert into profession maybe. With this, I'm going to see you in the next video, my dear friends, I will try to uncover and debunk the myth of the idea behind passion to you in the next video. 3. Debunking Myths: Welcome back, my the offense. Or in this specific video of this course, we're going to debunk the most common and heard myths about passion. And we are together going to kill them right in front of us because we need to grow further, right? My dear friends talking about the first myth. The myth is that passion is not changeable. I mean, no kidding me. Remember when we were kids, we used to start with something playing with this. We will start with playing with little toys that were bikes and end up running on cars than playing with rickshaws and all those stuff. If you remember playing with Legos that kept changing and at some point of time you might have loved something. At the other point, you might something Love. You might be loving something else. And that's how the human brain works and it's completely okay. You know what you love ten years back, it is possible that you don't love it anymore because so much as teams, but circumstances as teens, the environment have changed, your personal relationships might have changed. So I want you to realize that your passion can change. Also, my dear friends, like this is not a stationary right? It keeps on changing things happen, people come and go. So we can't expect life to be the same with the time duration. Also tell so many psychological and social factors involved mighty offense when we talk about passion. So when it comes about passion, I want you to understand that it's okay. It keeps changing, it keeps it rather evolving and revolving with time. You see the second myth is that you have only woven passion. You see this so many people, so many speakers, so many situations, so many authorities that have created an impression that passion is like a magical treasure that you have to find its like that one coil renewed in the world. And you have to go in and out and find it out and it will handle all this stuff. That is rather very, very funny MID offense because that ain't true. You see, it is rather more like a sport. You know, you like. You might be loving to play table tennis, but at the same time you might like playing basketball at the same time and that might keep changing. I mean, the whole idea is there is not necessarily only one passion, but multiple pathways to it. Also mighty offense with true love. If you say true love is about wild posts and that's also not. It's more like a loved, you know, right there. You might love one person, but it's because you have made a 1000 people and you might found, you know, you might have found one that's amazing. If you hadn't met 10 thousand people, maybe you would find a few more people that you could love. Are you really like that? So it is about passion. You know, it might be different things that you love to do at the same time, further moves. You can have multiple passions, you can pursue multiple passions at the same time and we're going to talk about it further in this course. But let me give you a quick example. Leonardo Da Vinci was not just a famous painter, uniform Mona Lisa, but a wonderful architect, the wonderful mathematician. He is also credited to. The concept behind the airplane that we've done today and so much more. So, no, no, no, no. Passion might not be only one. The third myth, my dear friends, is that you will find your passion One day. I mean, all of us have said that one day you will find your passion and one day you'll be able to do that. But rather, finding your passion is and evolution. The more things you do, the more activities you performed, the more you explore, the more you get into the junior finding your passion. And it's not like lightening of the above that you click and it dung, you know, all of us and it will lighten up. It's more like the birth of a child of nine months. It's evolving, it's running off, it's evolving within you, and gradually it comes out in a more tangible format, right? It is a word process and it is rather built by the people and the environment around us. Very, very importantly, the fourth with my dear friends is that passion is all it takes to become successful and make all the money in the world. I mean, there's so many other factors to consider with like hard work, like perseverance, like vision setting, like goals at all of those tough and passion without hard work desert necessarily lead to all the impact that we are talking about. You see that definitely more chances to succeed when we're following a passion. But it is only one of the factors, you know, depending on person in mountains for 20%, 40, 60% percent tell many other important factors to consider. Of course, it is very helpful to keep you going. But the action, it's a very, very important part. You know, success is more of a cake and passion is one of the most efficient ingredients of it, but not the only ingredient to it. My dear friends, this is what I love to tell people when they talk about, is this my passion? The answer is simple. Have you spent hundreds of hours doing it? If you still love the purpose, maybe it is your passion. You're going to go into the further processing question further in this course. But that's what I wanted to know right now. In fact, the word passion comes from the origin as a shared before of challenges and pain. So rather, if you follow your passion, it's going to be Haeckel lot challenging, heck lot difficult in the very beginning. But because you love it, like the wonderful waited that we talked about, you're more likely to drive through it. The width number five, my events, as you have to turn your passion into a profession, that is not true. I mean, if you can simply use the passion you have to impact lives of people. It doesn't necessarily always have to turn into a tangible profession. Let's see if you love singing. You don't necessarily have to become a singer, Right? You might go to the often is next to whom or adult shelter woman singing and four of them and enjoy with the kids. That's also proper utilization, rather wonderful impact of the passion that you have in your life to going to still continue doing it as a part time and latest slowly and gradually, you'll find it efficient, turn it into a full-time professionals when pure teach people about it, entertain people with it. And this, this gives you a wonderful example. 300 meters from my home is a barber shop and there's this old man who weighs the yellow jersey every single day to work and the time it does not have people to Kurt, here's off. He takes his backstory boss weighs like a bamboo stick. And he pleased the flute all the time, the same tune. And when I asked him why, he says he loves it and he does that all the time. So that's not necessarily what he gets paid for, but he enjoys doing it all the time. The myth number six, My dear friends is that passion is something you are born with and that you cannot have topic that is not true. Let me give you a quick example of UV latching. His father. Mr. Singh, would want to him to play cricket, but he, he hated that. In fact, he loved other sports. But gradually when he was compelled to get to field every single LD, latter, he started loving the sport and turned out to be one of the best cricket as ever in the history of world to see. The whole idea is you can Steve with something really long and turned it into something that you really love. The whole idea of passion wolves that you keep on doing it and maybe you develop loved towards it, right? It isn't full of a process. With this, let us come to the wonderful seventh debunking of myths that I have for you, which is that everybody who follows the passion turns out to be successful. Note that 90% of the startups fail in the first five years, and the 90% of the left-hand percent fail in the next five years. Most of people turn into entrepreneurship because they love what they do many a time because of passion. We heard about the 5%, that 10% to 5% of the 5%. But we never Most often talk about all those failing people buy because that's not glamorous to the media. The whole idea is following your passion might be very, very helpful, but sometime it is stances that you might feel it because there are a lot of produce can practice involved. My dear friend, fashion is something that will definitely increase your oils, but it is not a guarantee card of your success. There's so much more that at the end of the day, you have to be doing the eighth myths, my dear friends, is that you can only be successful if you are following your passion. That's not true. Some people hate what they do and become very good at it. And that's probably not right, but that is possible. You know, that's what perseverance is very often. Maria says v To which he talks about the concept of weight with patients or, you know, way too with aggression, right? It's just that when you love what you do, it's more peaceful when you're falling, it's much easier, but it is possible that people do amazing things without loving it as well. The finally meant that we're talking about my defense is that if you are too old, you cannot pursue your passion and that is not true. You see everybody has their own age, the own speed, the own factors to consider, and it is very, very long to just put one indicator like an ace to consider 16S. Let me remind you that when you're young you have a leveraged because you can experiment, you have less of obligations, but not necessarily age is always a factor. Let me give you some very quick examples. And the friend was too will venture. The wonderful book, The Diary of a young girl. I have a sheet of paper that has, you know, young people doing amazing things right from the age of 17 months to the age of 76, which is Nelson Mandela becoming the Prime Minister. And even though it is hard to read all of them in front of you, let me just show you a fee from the very beginning. And if rank is a mention, grid, amazing thing as well. You know, Nadia comment say from Romania scored the Perfect ten women was Winslow, just 14 years old. You know, Elvis was a superstar by the age of 19. Einstein was 26 when he came up with the theory of relativity. Jk Rowling's was 30 Vinci Complete the host of manuscript, or they had a port two at the same time, Neil Armstrong was 38 when he set foot on the moon. My dear friends, Leanna Da Vinci was 51 when he made the Mona Lisa also read clock was 53. When he came up with McDonald's franchisees. Ronald Reagan was 69 to become precedent. And also my dear friends, as I just mentioned, Nelson Mandela was 76 when he became prime minister, president of the South Africa. We all have our own age and following your passion, being successful is not subject to the each, but the scale of impact that you are willing and able to make in the further videos might be offense, you're going to specifically go into the theme works or finding your passion, where we together uncover the secrets of finding passion. I'll see you in the next video. 4. The 4P Exploration Model (Framework 1): Welcome, welcome, welcome my reactants. Now that we have understood the myths, it's time to use specific models to come up with the process of finding our passion. The first step my defense is to become Dora, the Explorer worldwide mean remember when we're young, we still have the glitter. Wonderful. If you are in the nineties to thousands, you know about it even runs right now, I guess Dora the Explorer, looks for the thing that is very close to her CV, like EVA tes. So finding passion is more like that. You do a lot of things and that's how you find out about it. The whole idea we are talking about. Let me show you very quickly. Okay, I have this sister who lives in beacons, our CEOs all at this point of time. So I was in India sometime back and it was around noon and immune. There's a trend in Rajasthan that people go to sleep for a few hours and then we'll go back to open the shop and all little viewed, but that's how it works. So the pretence of my sister or are there the three year rule was sleeping and I was right this u was right there. And she slowly went to the mama's kitchen and she was opening boxes one after another. I asked her, what are you doing and she'd be like, well, I'm I'm, I'm looking for chocolates and I'd be like, okay, cool. The ad they let me get it for you. Which is I don't know, like two, what are you doing, a widow? She says, I don't know where that is, but it is among one of these. Believe me, she went on to open one box after another one box up, another one box happen at, after 30 to 40 boxes. She finally found those chocolates and CB like E. But she can shout too loud because appearance and sleeping. She she's the chocolate with me and then we both have a good time. V, Those shockwave finding passion. So much about finding those chocolates right there. You have to open one box down the after another. You have to try one thing after another. And that's how you find out where those chocolates, where those passions up. I mean, it's a whole process of trying to do a lot of different things. My dear friends, like, I have a question for you. What is the favorite food that you love to it is it, is it past ties, it burgers, it is naturals, whatever that is. Just remember, how did you find out that this is their favorite food? At the end of the day, you tasted all those delegative other things, let's say through love pizza, you might have tasted Volvo, you might have tasted. Chao means you might have tasted other districts. And finally came up with a conclusion. And I'm all these as loved this, if you are only interested in one thing, you wouldn't know that this is your favorite, Right? Exactly. That's the same with passion. You have to do a lot of things to exactly come up with it. You know, you have to do a lot of things and then talk about explosion. I talk about the four P formula to all of my students very often, the four peers about the four things that you must explore to actually get yourself in the process of finding your passion. The first P, my dear friends, is people meet as many people as possible. Because the more people you meet the port perspectives your game. Ideologies you develop and all of those stuff. And it is simply that path will my dear friends, my dear friends exploiting as many places as possible. Another wonderful tool, because the places they visit now, you know, these, the defense of culture there is this different or people there's a different of living. Sometimes unexpected moments that will learn so much from so visiting as many places as possible as an independent individual or with a few bunch of friends is something that has xing is very, very powerful to third V, my dear friends is profession. What is profession? You know it, the whole idea is when you are young, try to do internships, are trained as many people as possible. If you're not, if you're already two old men, maybe after the nine to five that you have go to the things that you love to do, maybe liability or anything else trying to do as many professional as possible if you're young. And that's where it becomes really, really powerful. Media offends. The fourth period I'm talking about is particulars. What are these particulars? It could be food. I mean, it could be food, it could be anything else. I mean, it could be soft collates, it could be clots, CLI as many things and you won't find obvious reasons of why they work, but they do. Exploration of particulars is powerful. But I want you to realize as you go through the process of finding your passionless way. Remember, passion is never about consumption, but about creation. So if you love to eat matches all the time, you are ready to do it for a $100 doesn't mean it's your passion because you are consuming it. If you're using Instagram, the holding black, you know, I love to use Instagram. I can users a 100 hours in a week rather, is that my passion? Well, maybe not my dear friends because passion, It's always about creation and not about consumption. You create, you innovate, you build something rather than consuming something that is being served to you. Also, you can simply go into Wikipedia, find out a list of hobbies and tied to do as many things as possible. If you are a student, you have a lot of time. But if you're doing a job already fed into already entrepreneurship or freelancing journey, then you can try to find out extra time to do a little bit off all of these different things as well. So find all these hobbies, spend Rs into filtering to 23 and try to do as many as possible according to your schedule. Also, my dear friends, I want you to realize that the law of attraction wonderfully says that what you are seeking is actually seeking. Whew, this is so damn powerful. What you are seeking is seeking. You just have to go into the journey of finding it for yourself and then helping the world with your craft. As I've said already, internship is a very, very powerful to let me tell you a story of one of my offense. He was from the pile and the pile Weaver trend of people travelling to Australia and USA for studies by literally selling their own lands and real estate they have just for education. So basically, there's this friend of mine, his name is Santos, and he went over there to study on a loan. Right. And he wasn't alone for the first, second year and he wanted to do something. He had odd jobs like cleaning and all those things, but he really wanted to do something impactful. So you went to a restaurant, the best one in the patients that I am going to work for you for free. Just let me see what you do and let me help you with it. He walked for two to three months. And the time he was offered money, he left that, please because he thought he's learned enough. The second time event to another restaurant, the another locality that was really payment's did the same thing alone. And when the time came to get paid, he said I'm going to leave you because he thought he had learned about the same with the third, fourth restaurants. And eventually mighty offenses started his own restaurant in literally a few restaurants right now in the Australia. And that's how amazing the whole idea is explored as many things as possible to as many internships as possible, and that's how you grow yourself. Mighty offense null. I want you to open your game plan that is attached with this course and try to help you try to use those frameworks here with you to help you find your explotation divisions. See you in the next video, we will discuss about other models to help you find your passion. Buh-bye. 5. Asking the right questions (Framework 2): All right, welcome back, my dear wonderful champion friends. As we go ahead, we are talking about a second model that we're going to use to help us find a passion. And the whole idea behind this mighty offense is something amazing. It's about asking the right questions. You see. I believe that fit all those Internet, Google on all those stuff would have you have answers to literally everything in this course is an answer to your question about how to find passion. And there's an answer to everything but the challenges that rather than leg before, you have stopped to ask questions because we think everything has been discovered, but it has been discovered, but we have not known about it yet. The part of questions is unbelievably powerful. And if you're just asking and thinking about the power of questions, just imagine if in the very beginning, you know, Newton hadn't asked about how those apples fell. I mean, they kept falling, right. But he asked why they felt, and that's where everything happens. Just imagine if Edison didn't ask how to lighten up a room without ON, right? Just imagine my dear friends. If we had not find no one had asked those questions, we wouldn't have those answers. Just imagine if Albert Einstein hadn't thought of riding himself through the beam of light, right? That's how he came up with theory of relativity. The part of asking question is unbelievably amazing. And that's what you're also going to use specific certain questions to help us through that process. The first question to ask my dear friend is, what would I love to do even if you're not paying for it? The whole idea is when it's about passion, would you love to do genuinely something that you wouldn't be paid for? For me, it's making, you know, doing seminars for students and inspiring them to become champions. For me, it's reading books and things like that. So the idea is, is this something that you love to do even if you were not paid for? The first question like this, just give a moment, think about it. Lower down, I suggest it's an your game plan notebook that we have with this course. What would you love to do even if you were not paid for it? Take it's inside of you if you want. Just keep on thinking and working on it simultaneously. The second question to ask is, what is the thing that when I start to do and lose track of time? This is often known as the state of loop and we achieve it in the process of doing something we really loved. If you remember the last time you were playing cricket, you've played it for ours and ours and ours and asked, you literally lost track of time and you had no idea that three tofu as a pass by and the same with Instagram. But remember, passionate is about creation and not about consumption. The whole idea is, what is the work tangible, result oriented thing that when you do, you lose track of time. For me often it's speaking, You know, I lose track of time often when I'm recording my courses or when I'm doing my program for students, it is that powerful, mighty of ten. Once again, what is that one thing that when you do lose track of them, you might want to pause this or maybe fill this out later in your game plan. The third question might your friends is, who do I look up to most often and why I look up to them, why you stars, whatever different celebrities that is really admired. It might be such in Bentham. Though it might be, you know, Albert Einstein. It might be. A Warren Buffet or whoever you think of. And try to, try to find out whether there are common points that you'll find in them that you really moved by. I'm not saying you being fans, but UDP inspired by what exact quality, right? Tried to note that down in a piece of people who do you admire the most? And why do you authentically admired them? Next question to ask is, what do people see? I am really good at? Now? Do people say that I'm really good at using Instagram or retain Doritos. Well, remember once again, passion is not about consumption, but about the whole idea of creation. So remember, what do people say you'd, he'll go and now I want you to understand some time. People are saying that you're not, you know, sometime people be like you, I'm not good at it, but you really love it. That's an exception. But very often, do people see that you really, really, really good at this one specific thing and you think you would like it as well. These are the connections and intersection points to look at my defense once again, what do people think that you're really, really good at the wall? So I wanted to ask ourself, what do you think I'm very good at? Very important thing to remember. Don't be vague. Don't be vague and come up with terms like unpaid, determined, committed, that's cool. Specific skill and very good at making portray sketches. I'm very good at a, B, and C specific things and come up with those. And those are really powerful tools, mighty offense, specific, what you are really, really good at and you think about it that way. The next question to ask is that if the word failure did not exist, what would you love to do? I mean, this is how you look at it. If the failure of word did not exist, if you were certain to succeed, what would you do in your life? This moment, this question might take a few months. So think about to ponder, Take that time every second of it is worthy to work on this question. Once again, let me ask you with my open our dopant hand off. If you were not to fail at it, what would you love to do, right? The next question to ask my dear friend is that if the word fear did not exist, once again, the word fear did not exist. What would you be doing? See, fear kills more dreams than failure ever veil. I mean, we are afraid of. So things that I read the other day, 87% of time literally AD's enrichments around nine out of ten times. What they fear off never happens. So if the wood field never exist, what would you be doing? Now when you are in the process of asking this question answering, you are willing to put yourself in reflection, journey of thoughts and thinking about it. And this tool is really, really powerful in my defense. I hope you go on to ask ourselves this question. Take time to fill your worksheet in the game plan that I've attached and in the projects, please make sure you make the most of it. Until then, i am so damn excited to see you in next video. Medium fence nearby. 6. Steven Kotler Passion Recipe (Framework 3): Okay, so welcome back my dear friends. I hope you're having a wonderful time. And as you continue this course via coming up with this wonderful concept which is much more structured than the two we talked about before. This comes up as the, you know, as a so-called the passion recipe, the five-step model to find fulfillment or find your passion. So this comes up from Steven Kotler, who is a New York Times best-selling author. Mighty offense, is also an award winning journalist and executive director of the flu research collective might be offense also. You know, this is one of the most wonderfully regarded people when it comes to research or finding passion. He is one of the world's leading researcher on flow on passion, who has been featured in everywhere from Harvard is on the word reading researchers and most red people when it comes to peak performance and all of those stuff. My defense, he has been featured in all of the major magazines like Forbes, like time, like Harvard Business Review and so many of them, his ideas about passionately amazing, but most importantly, the mobile has framed for us, is very, very powerful for us to find out fashion. Now, let us go into the wonderful journey that he suggests to find our passion. This is a really interesting journey with specific steps. I want you to open your game plan or a specific seat of people just next to you so that we can be working at the time we taught the first step might be offense. If you want to go into the journey as cutlass suggests, is to create less. What do you mean babble? Let me explain. I wanted to take yourself a pen and paper or books sheet or, you know, or your Evernote or whatever note-taking application you use. And I want to make a list of 25 things that you're curious about. This is not 2525 thing that you're curious about. Now. These are things that you love to do on a weekend. Would you love to learn a beacon? These could be things like, I'm reading a book or talk to specific expert on the topic, right? I want you to me down a list of 25 such thing that you're curious about. You might do it instantly by pausing this video over here just to clear things. Or after you complete this video of this course, or after you complete this course, after you've learned everything. So the important thing to realize when you make this course is to be very specific. Like you don't want to say that football or punk rock or something like that. And also you don't want to mention something that is unrelated and mostly about consumption like eating peanut butter in, right? The whole idea is to find out, what do you really curious about 25 such things. If you're talking about football, it could be something specific, like, you know, the past blocking mechanisms while playing a game. It could be something specific, like specific move in basketball if you're talking about as strong or be the specific rocket that lead to Mars or anything of that sort. That is a very, very specific media events. If you're talking about food, it could be something specific like the, the possibilities of grasshoppers becoming a primary food for humans, right? These are the specific topics that you need to find out and 25 such specific sticker time to note that down right now or later. The second step my defense is to hunt for intersections. What does that mean again, let me explain. So try to find as many intersections spaces as possible for these 25 curiosities pieces. To give you a specific example like the before, just imagine, let's say we talked about football tactics and also talked about food. So that's how pose as a primary source of food. So the idea is when you are eating, when you're, when you're talking about football, you need highly nutritious food to eat so that you can continue throughout the game. Nutrition and also insects had a very good source of nutrition. So the possibility of grasshopper food becoming a primary supplement for the sports playing people. That's a good intersection point. But what I want you to go on looking for 25 such pieces of interaction or intersection throughout. But the point is basic, in curiosity alone is not sufficient. I mean, you're curious about something that's not very sufficient to help yourself find your passion. You have to find intersection of different things, converge midpoints of them, and try to later discover and go into specifics, nitty-gritties to trying to discover things you're really genuinely passionate about. We'll talk about that further. But for now, I want you to go into finding specific intersection point. If you remember, Leonardo Da Vinci was able to do so many different things because he was able to understand that pattern. And the whole idea is human love, pattern recognition. I mean, they love linking ideas together, bringing them together, working it through out. And that's what we're talking about. The whole idea is once you find those intersection, there is a slight release of dopamine in your bread. And if you add a cell type two, Did you know that dopamine is powerful to help you continue for a lot of things today it like, like Dedication, like focus and all those stuff. And here's what I want you to do. Go out, find interactions and for those, Hunt those submission point. Also my dear friends, once those dopamine release, there is a feedback mechanism that runs in brain. So you want to do it again, and the process continues on. With this, we're coming up to the third step might be offense and that is to feed curiosity, liable to do remember to work on those specific that you found every single day no matter what. These could be something as small as ten to 20 minutes. But what does convergent points that you'll find out among those 25? I want to spend ten to 20 minutes, maybe an accordingly schedule, but do spend time with that every single it's like you sleep with the idea and try to work on it at the same time, every single day relentlessly. So this slow evolution strategy helps your brain. That's how bean functions the way evolution works, and it gives a chance for those ideas to get receptors on the subconscious, my incentive, you remember, 90% of those 50 thousand thoughts that we have regularly are actually coming up from those subconscious prime. Once you do that, you'll find more connections and what you'll see, you'll find more patterns, more deeper min, which means mood, motivation, which means more work. It means more dessert and expertise in a wholesome. The fourth step my dear friends, that we need to follow is to go public. And when you launch an IPO of your name. Just kidding. I would take specifically mistake your craft. Take what you're loving to do initially, have some expertise or knowledge or when go public with it, seek for feedback ou public. This could mean joining a Facebook group of, let's say if you're painting of painters going to a Facebook group, that's a very powerful uno, Facebook group is a very powerful tool to build a community, go into a community, seek feedback and all of those stuff. Or 25 people that you personally know your fence, et cetera, going show your craft to them, seek feedback. And these are the relatively higher dopamine release and you're seeking feedback in your vein late. That's a really powerful tool idea of tenths. There's a dialogue going on in the Facebook group about one specific type of art. Add your dialogue, try to discuss on it. That's well, you have been booths and when you get those little successes, minor dopamine releases know Ben, that's when you realize the two on the right path that we're discovering that. So going through the process that you need to go, my dear friends, the fifth stage is what I like to call turning your interest towards passion. Interest is proportional and a bit of a selfish kind of thing. My dear friends, you need people to communicate. You need people to work for a purpose, a passion that is bigger than your personal interests. And that's when it is so important to convert your interests into passion or purpose, because that's how you build a business 13 through a bunch of people. And that's how you do it. So important that to convert your interest, genuine interest into passion thereafter. How do you do it? Let me explain. Now. I want you to get yourself back those pen and paper and write down 15 major problems that people regularly go through in that specific needs or the whole seven, right? What are the problems that people go through, right that down once again, 15 major problems with food. If you remember the grasshopper food that we're talking about, 15 major problems in the supplement industry and all those stuff. Once again, try to find intersection between these interests segments and these challenges. When you find those intersection points, that's where the passion is. That's where your purposes, my dear friends, right now we are not obvious difference between passion and purpose, but we are trying to bring it all together to make it easy for you. Now, this passion of purpose you have brought up for yourself is what is scalable, but is able to convert it into business, freelancing, whatever that is. This is scalable, This is more tangible than the basic idea of Pasadena wholesome. I'm very sure this will help you, my dear friends, to discover your passion, all those stuff. And I just want to remind you that this is something that has been used widely. Jason Silva, if you remember, the wonderful hosts have been Games has talked about it and many of his videos help people come up with passion to this process. And, you know, Mr. quadrat himself has used this model in various ways to help people. This has worked with thousands of people around the world and I'm sure this could work for you as well. I'm so damn excited to see in the next video, and we'll talk about other few models that are even more or equally, more or relatively, that they are very, very powerful to help you find your passion. See you in next video, media friends. 7. Observational Model (Framework 4): So welcome, welcome back. My idea of family members of this curse, my dear friends. We talked in the last video about the wonderful method from Mr. Kotler. I hope you were working on it in bits and pieces. Obviously, there's so much of homework to do on it behind the screen. I hope you will do it later, if not right now, no problem at all. Now we are talking about something that's again a more generalized yet to super-duper dal, effective method to help you find your passion. What we're talking about right now, my dear friends is using worksheets, using worksheet, test modules, many frameworks as possible to help us know as self, because they're moving to us self, the more we know about what our passions are, the more we know about what we love to do the movie know about the impact we want to bring in all of those stuff. Ultimately, it starts with a simple yet super-effective step of knowing yourself. And let me suggest you a few tools to use to help you know mode about yourself. This comes obviously in form of different worksheets to work on, tests to Duke. And many of them are freely available in different websites and all those stuff. I'll recommend to you a few right now as we're going through this course. But at the same time, there are hundreds of others available for P and a few that are really good. Available for paid is well, first of all, let me talk to you about a wonderful self-discovery questionnaire that are found in value statement. If you remember the famous Youtube channel, this is what it is. I'll share the links in the projects in the discussion or in this course in three, or in the PDFs that are attached with this course. This is basically at around, if I'm not wrong, this is, uh, 15 to 17 page very long. Rather, this has sections to it, around 25 to 30 pages long. This has questions very, very simple, yet very effective to him, you know, mode about yourself. So I'll just read out a few To you. It has basically four sections. The first one is parents and family. It has questions like, you know, I did parents criticized you how disciplined you were at home. It is all of those questions related to all of that. And if you can already see my handwriting is so beautiful and also my dear friends. Further, it has all these different questions about helping you know about your family background, the piece you're coming from. Because as you remember in the other courses and this course is am shading the environment we are born and brought up with plays a very instrumental step into shaping who we are and who you want to become. The next might be offense step is the youth and the coming of age, which is all about helping you know about your young age and all that stuff. If you're even younger, if you're young, this is very relevant. If you're older, it's more of a reflection and very, very powerful simultaneously. There are some questions like, do you remember any incident in your childhood that caused you to never do something, see something, or feel something ever again. You know, what's your interpretation of family relationship? You know, when you were young and all those stuff, was it hard for you to make friends? How would you describe yourself in school? This is what I found. Plan. A Boolean, jog, a nerd, I Lady Killer, fighter, Lona athletes, treaties, student, port head rock or gangsta. Which one were you? And these are simple questions that help you know more about yourself. They have many, many questions like that, and all of them are really powerful. The third step might be a friends in this light perception, relationships and emotion, it tells you more about your deletion sit as an individual, as, you know, as your feelings and emotions that you hold for yourself and all of those stuff. Let me read a few for you again as I did before. Do you have a tendency of feeling sorry for yourself? Where do you think this is? You know, how do you react to tough times? What happens to your body when you get nervous and questions like you generally get upset when people don't do as you tell them to do and all these questions. This really profound me helped me know more about myself and all those stuff. Like we're friends and I'm sure it will do for you as well. The fourth segment of that is leadership and politics. Again, these are two factors that frame our frame of mine so much at a very firmly believe that a few questions. You secretly hope certain people fail in life. Are you comfortable making tough decision or would you rather played middle order to offend somebody and all those questions, you know, this has again three impressions. And the other segment is Aspirations. Where do you aspire to be? What are the books that have influenced you the most? You know, What's the one question you have the hardest time to get answer over. What bothers you, what you love and all these things you know. So what basically happens is when you do this questionnaire, it's not about completing a test or anything like that, but helping you know more about yourself in a very specific and very certainly, this has definitely helped me a lot to know more about myself. And let me screen share and show it to you right now. So let me show you one of these amazing test. It's called, it's a very simple quick test, psychological slash test your true passion and set of ten questions. Let me fill it out with you. It will be an amazing experience for us. Well, for two, to help you understand more about yourself, imagine spending on this task, what would make you satisfied? So for me, it would definitely be first one, although this one is something I would love a lot as well. But discussion with a group of creative thinkers would be more engaging for me, might be different for you. Let's go to the next question. The next question is, if you went back to learning, what would you be most attracted to? And therefore options, MBA, PhD, intellectual challenge, upgrade for current qualifications. Llp, the hoffman process or anything, aim to communication and relationships. Creative writing, art, design, photography, and acting for me, it would be probably Creative. Am I'm enthused about personal growth and creative. But I think I'll go for, I'll go for creative over here. Next up is when looking back to life would what will you hope to see lasting, meaningful relationship? Fifth fence, to fully screwed and develop your creative talents. That extra mile to make difference for others of you never stop learning and growing as a person. You know, these questions are what make you think a lot? What is your biggest priority rate? For me, it would probably be to make an impact into other people life, right? Maybe that just a little bit of difference over there and the answers will be difference. We have to be careful some time. It depends on mood as well. So make sure when you do it, you have very, very, very, very careful that we're not getting biased at all about it. Let's go to the next question that we have. If you overheard colleagues cautious about you wish comment quickly the most, he has no imagination. She's not popular, actually thinks he's a dinosaur stuck in the bus is only out for number one. This would maybe hurt me because I think I like to imagine in stock. Let's go to the next question. What redefine you? Do you find the most difficult in other people? Self, a closed mind and unwillingness to embrace new ideas, rigidity and unquestionable falling resources like openness and lack of empathy. It's, it's for me, it's a closed might of people because you can't talk to them, right? Let's go to the next question now. Next question, my dear friends, is, what do you find most rewarding about the awoke? I'm learning and growing as a person all the time. I am an outlet of my creativity. I've been a source for mitosis M filling and making a difference to life of people who need help. That's right. I'm was buyers about number 14 because I worked with students most often to inspire them and stuff. I think four suits me the best. Let's go to the next question now. What would make you, what would make you take a political support Candidate, political candidate seriously support watts, increasing participation. The sauces for hosting lower university tuition freeze tax breaks, et cetera. Call Me. Maybe resources for housing and education might be a better option, might be really different for you. Or maybe I was confused with 12. You are prone to be confused with these things and it's okay. Let's go to the next question, my fence. Let's go to the next question. The next question very clearly is that if a child asks you what's important your life, what would you reply? Kick an open line and keep learning. That's my thing. Take another question here. You've inherited a large amount of money. Where are you likely to donate it? This is my thing to helping develop and innovative technique to introduce education to repeat offenders rate might be difficult for you, but that's what it is for me. Let's go to the final question may be, which of the following phases most closely match your personal mission bill, meaningful relationship, reach your full potential. Celebrate the purity of life and bias between 23. But I will go for this one. But this finishing our test will allow checkout our results. This is what we came up with. Ok, so interesting, it says BubbleView have an innate drive to celebrate beauty in life and to find authentic ways to explore ideas expressed feeling through images, movement, performance and written word, even never have leveled it as such. But your motivation is to spend time on creative projects is a form of ambition. It's important that you find a way to nurture this, of nurturing this, which may mean joining a course or group outside of work. You can also be creative in business by coming up with new approaches of tackling problems I call challenges. If you feel there is no creativity in your job, your goal may be to move to your career indirection that's more in line with your values. Meantime, you will feel happier if you even bring, bring even a tiny bit of creativity. Whether the, whether it's starting office coil, changing your screensaver of photo of something you've created on nurturing beautiful plant at your desk. Now it's important to realize what did I get by doing this? Well, nothing much in tangible terms, but what I got is clarity. And by doing one after another of such tests, we develop more and more clarity, which further really helps us to apply those models that we have discussed and are willing to further discuss in this course. And we will do a few more tests that I commend to you as well. Let me just fill out some details. I'm I'm excited about my life and turned one by the things each day. I'm excited, yes, I am. I feel excited most often. Others comment on how happy I am and what it is fun. This happens almost all the time. I get upset and thrown on track. No, I am good at it, but it happens sometimes, really. I'm very clear about top five passions of my life. I would say somewhat all quite clear of, let's say quite, of five passions is something I still have to think about. So I'd make decision based on what will help me live my passion fully. Most of the time, yes, I spend my days doing the things I love. Most of the time. Life is confusing, confusing for me. I don't have a clear sense of direction. My life. Pretty clear. Let's say now I click on get my results and I will find my results in my e-mail I guess now. So yeah. So you know, along with the results, it's also about the fun of doing such projects and stuff. I love it. I'll check and email and maybe shaped with you as well when well, let's take another test. This is also interesting. Well, phil, most myself, when I, I would like to be praised for being someone who's inspirational and courageous. That's true, uh, go getting person who makes stuff happened. To me, it's most important for my career to allow me to have meaning connecting group possibly spill. Ability to enjoy my job. No mutations and ability to focus on multiple patients at once. So right, in a typical work meeting, you will most likely find me wishing that I could escape and daydreaming about my own quietly taking notes so I can remember the front room. You know, I'm this one. In my classrooms. I wonder a lot when it comes to my career, most afraid of not having stability. Yup. Yup. This is the one for me. Being limited input, it will be most important for me to feel like I'm supporting a movement that's directly impacts are the people. That's right. Out of all the other. This is what pleases me the post. My biggest challenge at work is I can sometimes be a people pleaser. I can be stubborn and rebellious. Have too many ideas. I won't say not enough time, but I am not good at managing time might be if I want lottery, I would have no problem walking it as long as my her her her escape a bit. That's right. Second, when it comes to talent and my career and do not necessarily my biggest talent to be on display, I strongly desire my employer to recognize. I must bring control my talented. I don't want to pick. The life goal that I'm most attracted to is to never being with my, you know, this is the first one. And it comes to getting a paycheck. And sanely, I hate when someone controls how much I earn. I M glad to be compensated for my time. I'm grateful. Yes, I'm grateful. I think it's first one maybe. With all these questions, what I gain is clarity rate. With this, I got clarity and here I'll enter my details. Maybe, you know, I have different email for my work, et cetera, and the service, et cetera, because in many cases they send a lot of promotional veils afterwards. I don't want that to happen in my, you know, mainly male. So so that's how it is via Pao. That's right. Then. Once this helping send, let us see our result, my dear friends. Okay, so here's what I want you to understand with all these results coming in. The very important thing to understand is that we are opening up new dimensions for ourselves. Is my report. I am a side hustle. It says this is a good one. You know, when you go into it, you read these, it comes up in a very detailed format. And that's really fun. So I very much recommend you to take this test. And further, I'll also show you the result of the first test that we did. Okay, so with this, thank you so much. I'll see you in the next episode as we continue to talk about another, a wonderful way to help us find a passion but in-between, please make sure you go and do as many tests as possible. If possible, share your lengths in the discussion section so other friends can look into it and get his bag and all those stuff. Thank you so much, my dear friends. I hope that these models, these are just some of them as I just said before, there are many much models, many more models like this that can be very helpful. I hope you take them in no more about yourself and I'll see you in the next video, which is about another observational model that can help you find your passion. I'll see you in the next video. 8. General Understanding Model (Framework 5): Okay, amazing fence. Welcome back. Now we are in the first model to discuss about helping you find your passion. We have been through four amazing models. I'm sure it will help you find your passion using it, though, as we come towards the fifth module, my defense, I am sure this is going to be very, very effective for your personal scenario because it is an observational model and it's very generalized. So no matter where you are, it is going to help you find a direction in some way or the other. This is a four-step V2. Find your passion, and this is what I found out from code as well. And I found it very, very interesting, very, very simple, very, very effective. And I hope this helps out to you. So as we go ahead, step number one, love everything that you do. What do I mean by that? Let me explain. From this point moving on, you have two choices for everything you do. Stop doing it, quit it and give it, or you love what you're doing no matter what that is. Either you don't do it or if you're doing it, you do it with certain amount of Love. The other thing is drum. Anyway in between anything comes that is madness for you, that doesn't work out ok? Then the whole idea is when you commit to love everything you do, you strengthen your passion muscles. What are they basically, this is the muscles that you Empire every time you say that I'm going to love everything I do. And this is going to be very, very powerful for you. Remember v, as human beings are creatures of habit, you can't be Vinny and sad and down for 80% of the day and be passionate for 20% of your day and expect that things will going below, that the things will be going rate. That's that ain't that how it works, my dear friends. And if you're feeling stuck, because truly successful people, people at the very top and never victims, you know, then going up to do what they're supposed to do. And I read the other day that amateurs wait for motivation to get started. V professionals do it anyway and in the process, find the love. So I want you to remember that you from this moment on, I'm going to love everything that you're doing, all your not doing it at all. Because if you're supposed to do it any way you have no options. Why not do it in a loving way? I mean, why not do it with love, right? The second step that comes up is looked for books, magazines, CDs, youtubes, videos. Look for your credit card bills. Notice any specific patterns that you are seeing. Now I want you to find patterns and look for, you know, venue watching those features. What are the commenting that you are looking for in your credit card bills, whatever you spent your most amount of money in terms of your books, you infrared, what are the common things that are coming up in them? And I want you to keep on looking for these loops or specific themes of genre. Now, this might take a time as you do around with all these different things. Because somewhere down the line, when you're doing all these different things, you'll find some common connection point between all the different acts that you're doing or trying to do. I want to remember that our passion are sometimes very, very illogical. And that's okay because it doesn't have to be logical in terms of other people's language, but very important in our language. So I wanted to try to find out the specific patents and hunt for them. The third thing, mighty offense, is, what is the thing that you love to learn about all to teach about? Once again, what is the thing that you love to learn about or to teach about law? This is a really, really powerful questions because you need to be very good and powerful or very amazing at what you are talking about it, it is such a powerful tool to actually know what you're good at or what you, you know. The whole idea is what do people think that you are good about so that they are learning, not what you think you're too good about that we are trying to learn it. This is a very important question because then you go into expedition of this, you'll find amazing things. For example, Natalie did offered export, found out in this process that a passion is actually as simple as growing, increase. So she goes out and does that. And you don't, at the end of the day, you can scale anything up and make a confession out of this. We are not talking about that right now, but I want to find out those patents. Once again, the fourth and yet very important step my Indian friends is to stop talking and start doing. I cannot stress enough how important this is. Because many times when we start talking, we stop doing as well. You know, we do, we saved this V. I love to do this, but I love to do that. But at the end of the event, asked what are we doing? We don't have any clue about it. So when you put yourself in the process of trying little things, exploring with them, doing different things. That's how very importantly you'll find out about these little things, media event. So stop talking and start doing explored as many things as possible. And I'll see you in the next video where I talk about the very most important tool, most popular, most effective tool to talk about finding passion, which has been proven back and forth to be very, very effective. This is a compilation of all the many other tools that we've talked about in this course. The geeky guy, I'll help you in the process to find your Iike guy. See you in the next video. 9. Ikigai Model (Framework 6): Okay, so ardent, Welcome to all of you, my dear friends. Finally, we're in the last module that we are discussing today. Today we are discussing it a guy, probably the most popular, yet most, least known technique in helping you find your passion. Very simple, yet very detailed, very, very, it's not complex generators so much within us to help us understand our passion guy. So we go from the very beginning, how do you find your passion? Well, it's basically, as you can see in this picture, is well, it's a common place where you find out the, you know, the common point between what you love, what the wind needs, what you can get paid for, what you are good at. Once again, what do you love, what the world needs, what you can be paid for, and what you are good at. Now, my dear friends, you need to understand that when we are talking passion over your wheel, rather call it purpose over here because, you know, when we were talking about passion in this course, in contexts in the way that passion can also help us make a living out of what we are doing. So we'll call it C0 guy as our purpose. Or in some points I can also call it the passionate set, right? So basically it's about finding that, you know, that, that point where all of these different things intersect. Now, I want you to understand, first of all, you need to start by listing down things that you love to do right? Now. You need to understand that when listing things that you love to do, it must not be about consumption and must always be about creation. What do I mean? Well, if I said, what do you love to do? You might say that I loved scrolling down Instagram or eating berries in the night or chocolate cookies and stuff. That's what you love, but it's about consumption and not patient. So when listing down things you love, right down the things that are more about creation, rad, that consumption. Second, you need to note down what the world needs. Once again, what the world needs, like, what a world needs actually is it, you know, if you're talking about, you know, try to delete it from the very beginning itself, the different points The world is. Let's say you're talking about, you know, you love to hate people. So the world needs doctors. That could be one thing, right? The molded someone who can cure them, whatever that is, you know, you need to note down what the world needs. The next thing you need to do is what you can be paid for. So in the same format of the thing that you love, what can you be pitfall, right? So I can be a physician, I can be XYZ, whatever that is. Right. What form of Dr. shall ib again? And then you need to note down what you are good at, right? What you're good at might be very different for you, right? What? It could be? Mathematics and Science, right? It could be anything. Don't be very vague. Tried to be precise among them. Okay. Amazing. Understand that we are getting as we go ahead now you need to understand that the place where what you love intersects with what the wool needs is your mission, right? We talked about mission statement in one of my other courses. Please go check it out. It's the same platform that we are having this course as well. So check it out. But right now you need to understand that it's an intersection point. Intersection point between what the world needs, what you can get paid, for instance, vocation, the work you do, you know. And then the intersection between what you are good at and what you get paid for is profession. Many people mislead vocation as passion IS profession, which is not true because vocation is What about, you know, helping people solve problems and stuff and professionals, you getting my point right, that's what we were discussing with this course. Now, the other thing, as you know, the passion in general terms, here's what you're good at and what you love to do. But oh, here we are considering adopting that is feasible to succeed in the financial terms as well. I hope you are getting what we are seeing over here in the intersection point of all of these four, passion, mission, profession, and education is what we call passion exists. Now, we need to understand some real-world psychological scenarios or mental scenarios that you might be in that people add into as the final intersection point with them. Since as very well, v denote here, when your passion meets your mission, you feel the lightened fool less, but there's no wealth because you have not been able to monetize what you love to do or what you're good at right now. It could be that you're volunteering into something or whatever that is, right? You are feeling delight, but there's no wealth or we get. On the other hand, there is an intersection point between your mission and vocation. Right? Now in the point where your mission vocation meet gears when you feel excited and you know, but there's a sense of uncertainty because you are not being able to make it a complete profession. You're getting paid for it, but there's no conformity for the future right about it. At this point, we can say that it's more of an evolutionary stage of growth in life, that you have excitement and complementary, but you know, you're uncertain about how this is going to work out in future and all those stuff. On the other hand, when you have a point where you're getting paid, where you're, you're doing, what you're good at. You are feeling comfortable and OK, and it's all going good. But there's a feeling of emptiness because what you do is not what you love. You see people who are good at mathematics but don't necessarily love it. I might be one of them, right? So you need to understand that these are the patterns that we are exactly talking about. You know, these are signature point. There is a meeting point between your passion and your profession as well, right? That's what we talked about. The point where your passion profession meets is you are feeling satisfaction. But these are feeding of uselessness. Why? Because what you are doing might not be helping the world in the scale it could. So what is the key guy? What we talk about popovers or passion or whatever that is in this point of time is an intersection between all the four criterias that I really, really important, right? If he gave, might sound simple, but when you keep the pen in your hand and start writing out what you love, you'll have a wonderful time questioning yourself and more than anything, more than you're completing courts. The insights self-reflection will bring for you is going to be mind-blowing. Believe me. I want you to go out there and write what you love. You know, write what the world needs, what you can get paid for, what you're good at. And once you do all this, you come up with a wonderful and beautiful chart that will be very helpful for you to help you understand and go deeper. The concept of finding your passion. Now, whatever you come up with, please try to share it in the discussion sections right now because so many of your friends are going through the same stage and interaction builds a wonderful community. And community is what helps us learn better. So you want to get better at learning, please, please, please make sure you shade it in discussion or project section so we can interact and discuss further. And at the same time, I'm so damn excited. It has been such a wonderful journey with you at this point of time, till this point of time. Let's go into the final video where we recall everything that we learned and see you in the next video, my dear friends, Buh-bye. 10. Conclusion: Well, well, well, thank you so much my defense for taking this course and very showed that using the modules, the worksheets, the overall experience you had in current day, so much you might have learned. I'm very glad. Please make sure you leave a review. Please make sure you share the pictures of the worksheets that you worked on in the project section, because we join these as individual. But if you're completing this course out as a community, you're going to build a very beautiful family around this. Also my defense, if there's anything you want to reach out or need help it feel free to reach out to me at VI B H a V at the date of vi ib HIV and a Meanwhile, let me take you through a very quick summary of every single thing that we learned in this course. First of all, we started out by learning that passionless data about the P in rather than all that material success that we talked about, it takes all this effort and all those stuff. And rather than Vered origin itself means the word pain and suffering. Also be talking about the myths about passion. Like you can have only one passion. You need to turn your passion into profession and all those different things. I'm sure if you want you can review it, watch it again and cecum using learnings. Meanwhile, my difference, you also learned about the various methods to help you find your passion. We started out with become Dora the Explorer, exploiting as many things as possible, reaching out to as many avenues as possible to find out and look for what worked best for us. Then we discussed about a set of different questions that can be really helpful for us to discover ourselves. And in the process, we learned so many things. I'm sure that as well might have been helpful. Questions like, what would you do if any of you were not paid for it, if you lose track of time and all those different things and hope that would be very, very powerful for you and has worked for you. Third, we're talking about the amazing Mr. Kotler, Steven Kotler method of helping find passion. The five-step, if you remember, starts with making lists are 25 things you are curious about looking for intersections. You know, getting started with it, making small wins and all those stuff. Also thereafter we took a, talked about a few tests that can be very helpful for us to find our passion, know ourselves better. And, you know, I showed you about the ultimate self-discovery questionnaire. I mean, all the links are available with this course also mighty offense, he later discussed about the part of the generalized concept of having the right kind of monitors the four-step method to help you find your passion. And also the very beautiful my friend, my favorite Iike guy. I hope all of these compiled have helped you become better yourself. And I'm sure you have had an amazing experience with this course. And here we are in the conclusion discussing about closing up this course. Thank you so much for taking this course. I'm so excited to see you further. If you have any question, feel free to reach out to me and Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and we're very happy to help you. Also. Please don't forget to check out other amazing course we have unrelated topic like confidence, like vision, more like public speaking, and so much more. Thank you so much. Once again, I'll see you in the next course. Buh-bye.