Feb 13, 2017 - Is the romance gone? Have you lost the passion you once had for something you thought you wanted to achieve? Have you become disenchanted by your current working
or life conditions, also believing the people you were once enamored with are not a good fit for what you are trying to do? Have you fallen out of love with your business or your career choice,
and are feeling a bit stuck as a result? Whether you have romanticized a relationship or a dream of what you want to achieve, the key to succeeding is understanding fully what you expect and
expect of others, and in turn what they expect and can commit to doing for and with you.
Take an MM&I Moment to explore why you have grown to feel the way you do. Remind yourself why you were once passionate and if this still is and can be an underlying motivator. Identify what has changed or shifted personally and why you believe this has happened. Assess what has changed in the behavior and actions of others, whom you have engaged in your life or work, to understand better why these actions or behaviors are bothering, distracting or limiting you in some way. How are your actions affecting these people that could be causing these changes in behaviors? What can you learn from these answers to help you become impassioned again? Does your viewpoint need to shift or have your desires evolved? Is it time to re-examine what you truly want? When you are no longer enjoying, it's time to explore what thrills you, delights you, ignites you, gratifies you and truly fulfills you.
Synergized Quote of the Week
"Joy delights in joy." - William Shakespeare
Pure joy comes from loving what you do, why you are doing it and who you are doing it with.
Yours in synergistic thinking,