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Mar 20, 2019 13:56:41

Working on my muscles(3)

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In continuation of the creativity muscle work, part three...
I found this text online and it made me want to brainstorm and create a template to discover my sweet spot.  

When passion, purpose and skill intersect you find the ultimate career sweet spot that makes it easy to commit yourself to success...

Have you found your ultimate career sweet spot? What is your purpose? Which skills of yours align with your purpose? What are you passionate about? How does your passion fit with your job search?

1. What do you do naturally that people value?        
                       ➥ Helping/Advising/supporting people   

2. What areas do people seek your time for?
                       ➥ Mostly health and wellness

3. Who do you enjoy spending time with?                           
                        With older people and children.  

4. How did you get your skills? How can you continue to build on it and develop mastery? 
                         ➥ Reading the latest research 
                         ➥ Reading books that discuss the topics in detail
                         ➥ Listening to podcasts/Ted talks  

  5.  What passions do you have that could merge with an expertise people find to be useful?
                         ➥ Music & Dance  
                         ➥ Finding herbs, supplements & teas from around the world 
                         ➥ Writing blogs/articles on herbs, health & experience

Anyone see a million dollar idea emerging here? 😊

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    @keni I love this... is this gonna be a part of Fear Hacking Journal... If not, kindly help expound on this questionnaire. Good Good stuff.

    Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | Mar 20, 2019 23:24:10
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      @seunoyebode - I was just telling @brandonwilson that I want to make this part of the journal. I think it will need to be refined and simplified but it would really help people and I would love to perfect it for myself as well. I am open to recommendations :)

      Keni avatar Keni | Mar 20, 2019 18:57:49
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      @keni I think you should include it. I really love it. Refine it by adding more questions if you can. The key thing for me is, have answered examples (about 3, from different people) like this in the final product. It helps the journal user to see it's power and immediate applicability.

      Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | Mar 21, 2019 00:05:26
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      @seunoyebode - Ok... I will work on it some more. Stumbled upon it by accident but it could really be an awesome addition.

      Thank you 'Seun.

      Keni avatar Keni | Mar 20, 2019 21:01:41
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    @keni I like where this is going!

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Mar 20, 2019 12:00:07
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      @brandonwilson - I like it too... Eager to see where it leads.

      Keni avatar Keni | Mar 20, 2019 16:35:57
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