Daily Passion Prompt. #Day One

Two posts in one day it really is #InspirationalMonday….

I came across a tweet from the WordPress Twitter about blogger events and this particular event made me stop and think.

If you fancy joining me here are the rules also check out Passionpressdaily

We live in a busy world, and sometimes we forget that passion and purpose are more important than promotions and PR.

Over the next 39 days, I’ll post one compelling question a day to help guide you towards re-igniting, re-discovering, or re-designing what you’re passionate about in life – both personally and professionally!

If you’ve lost that sense of passion about your work, career, school, or personal life; then these questions will serve you well.

To participate, create a post or comment that answers the “Daily Passion Prompt” question and post your link or typed response in the comments of the Passion Prompt for that particular day.

These passion prompts are meant to serve as a form of daily guided discovery towards the feelings, drives, and emotions that inspire you to do those things you love most about your life, your talents, your skills, and the way in which you make an impact.

What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

Now what would I do?. I also read a few other posts about this topic and that made me even more determined to put something together.

If I knew I wouldn’t fail I would take more risks. I would give my number to a cute guy, accept an invitation I would normally turn down and generally I would be much more brazen than I am.

One other thing I wish I could never fail at is getting rid of bullying. This is a topic that is close to my heart. Check out a few of my posts on this subjectCyber Bullying and Bullying

I look forward to seeing what else this challenge brings.


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2 thoughts on “Daily Passion Prompt. #Day One

  1. djmatticus September 10, 2013 at 5:00 pm Reply

    Hooray for a new challenge!
    If I knew I couldn’t fail I’d write full time and sell my works as my job, rather than working and writing as my hobby.

    • hayleyslilworld September 10, 2013 at 9:09 pm Reply

      I’m glad you like and thanks for your answer Matt 😀

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