Find Out What You Love To Do & DO IT!

do what you love, julie boyer, daily gratitude, gratitude projectYou’ve heard it before, life is too short to spend your days doing something you don’t LOVE to do, right? How many of you are actually doing something you love? True, with every career and business there are parts of it that no one loves – but how many moments in a week do you have that are truly amazing?

Gratitude Tip: Find out what you LOVE to do. Your life depends on it! You have been given gifts that only you can bring to life in this world. And when you share your gifts, you’ll inspire others and make a difference. Instead of fearing your gifts, find gratitude in them and figure out how to express them as best as you possibly can.


And parents, if you love being a stay-at-home parent, then a virtual high five to you – because you’ve found what you love to do! Own it! No need to make excuses or explain your decision. You are doing what you LOVE and that’s what most important.

However, if you’re a working parent and you want to be home with your kids or you’re a stay-at-home parent and you want a career or a business, today’s the day to start to make changes. By doing what we love, we influence our children to do the same. Alternatively, if we show our children that the only way to live is to do something that we are miserable or uninspired to do, chances are they will grow up to do the same.

I am very blessed to spend many moments of my day doing what I love. There are some things that I do that I don’t love but when I focus on each part of the business as a stepping stone on the path that allows me to do even more of what I love, it’s all worth it.

julie boyer presentation, daily gratitude, gratitude projectLast night I shared my Get Your Healthy Back Nutrition Seminar with a group of about 20 people. This is a seminar that I created just over a year ago and before I presented last night, I made a few updates to it, so it was the first time presenting some of the material. When I am presenting, whether it’s to 4 or 10,000 people, I get into ‘flow’. Time doesn’t feel like it’s passing (although I use the timer on my presentation to stay on track) and I am able to speak from the heart and share the wisdom I have gathered over the past 9+ years. I truly love what I do, and it shines through when I am speaking in front of a crowd.

What are those moments for you? What lights you up? When are you in ‘flow’? What could you do for hours and hours, yet to you it seems like minutes have passed? And how can you do even more of this? I’d love to help. If you need some help figure out how to do this, comment below and we’re set up a 15 minute Skype call together.

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