The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.” ~Thomas Berger When I was searching for my passion, I asked myself a lot of questions. In fact, I tried to step outside of myself to pretend I was my own personal coach. I’d ask the question, then I’d switch hats and try to dig deep to discern the answer. It helped that I’m a certified coach and know the kind of questions to ask. But you don’t have to be a coach or even meet with one to find your own answers. One of the best ways to get to the root of your deepest desires  is through self-questioning — doing exactly what I did by coaching  yourself. When you’re trying to find your passion, it’s crucial that you become intimately familiar with yourself. You want to learn: What motivates you? What inspires you? What excites you? What engages you? What scares you and holds you back? What do you do well naturally? What do you need to improve? What do you pretend to like but really don’t? What lies you are living? As you become more familiar with yourself beyond the roles you play, you’re able to separate the wheat from the chaff. You can determine your priorities for the limited time you have in


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