Passion..(1) any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling as love or hate (2) strong amorous feeling or desire; love; ardor (3) strong sexual desire; lust (4) an instance or experience of strong love or sexual desire (5) A person toward whom one feels strong love or sexual desire.
When most think about passion, something like this comes to mind:
Yes, this is passion but what is YOUR passion; above is just a definition. If you are getting through the day by just going through the movements then you don't have passion. If your actions occur just because it is part of a routine, then you don't have passion.
My passion for helping people create the life they desire, "helps me to inspire to move people to the next level". On a personal level, passion makes me "violently want to pursue her vision and dreams as an assassin would". What does your "passion" do for you? Do you have passion in your work or do you have J.O.B (Just Over Broke)?
Try, Hope and Maybe...fence line words..excuses. As if there is already a sense of failing before the action even starts... "I'm going to TRY to do ____ ", "MAYBE I'll come...", "I HOPE I can____". Its all in the attitude (see few newsletters back). Its all how you start it off. If you walk up to a barbell and said, "I'll TRY to life this this weight", honey, there is NO way you are going to lift it off the ground. If you said, "I WILL lift this weight", then I PROMISE you, that you have a much better chance. Would you rather hear, "I HOPE to make it to your party" or would you rather here, 'I WILL make it to your party". I think that one answers its self. No one likes excuses but sadly excuses are like butt holes, everyone has one. Let your confidence show not in just the way you dress but your words. Remove these words from your vocabulary and watch your attitude and confidence change when you have to replace them with better words. Watch the things that start to actually happen! Take on each task as if you ARE going to be the best at it. Do NOT let these "excuse words" rule your life. You are better than that!
I pledge myself to making a profound impact on others lives. I promise to lead by example. I want to be held accountable for my actions. I am dedicated to my career in fitness. My solid belief system and moral values will serve as a good stable base, for which ever road I take. I will make a consistent effort towards self-improvement. I am an ambassador for fitness.