How To Find Your Passion
By Paul Heeler
Okay, so following your passion would be fine and dandy if you had any idea what your passion was. Here are just a few questions to ask yourself to get you started:
- What are your hobbies?
- How do you spend your free time?
- What is the one topic you could go on about for hours if your friends or family let you?
- What types of classes did you enjoy in high school or college?
- What do you enjoy reading and learning about?
- If you could do one thing the rest of your life regardless of salary, what would you do?
I love to build houses DIY my passion within this field would be groundwork, if the foundations are not correct how can the rest of the structure be expected to operate effectively
I love to work as an osteopath, this stemmed from a crash in the building industry in 1988, no work around, bit bored looking out of the window, wow what an opportunity to do something different. I had always marvelled at how I could walk into the osteopath with a crooked back, usually following a hard rugby match, then 30 minutes later I would come springing out!
I like drinking real ale, not too much but enough to open up the mind into a ramble of ideas and tangents. All the better if someone has an interest in what I am talking about
I like to travel, blessed with a beautiful wife who likes the same experience
I enjoy music, guess my favourite would be orchestral compilations, emphasis on the fiddle saxophone and flute
I spend my free time indulging in the above passions, I would term all my time as free as I do not consider anything I do as work, however I need to work on the balance in my life
I like to go on courses relating to structural subtle function, these are more akin to human body function
As I get older my physical abilities are subdued and building a whole house or constructing a highway become less available to me. But I will not retire instead I will refire and construct highways within the human body
The thing I would choose to do would be to rid people of their problems related to scaring and to travel around the world teaching others how to access this unique and basically simple approach.
This is about swimming (hmm I used to do a lot of that) into the cellular mechanism like Atom man (hmm I love marvel movies, when they are not stupid, used to buy the comics in my youth) playing with the web of human structure let’s bring in Spider man as well.