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What If You Have More Than One Passion?

What If You Have More Than One Passion?

I’m back with a new reader response installment of Live Your Legend’s mailbag series. We receive a ton of mail asking for help, and we know that for every one message in the inbox, there are likely thousands in the community struggling with the same issues.

In this video, I share some of my truths and insights around passion and purpose. These topics have been on my mind as I moved back to San Francisco and have been creating new daily routines.

It’s funny how such an innocent question, “What are you working on these days?” can create an existential crisis.

  • What if you’re like me and you feel like you have more than one passion?
  • What if it isn’t obvious what your life’s singular purpose is?
  • How can I live my legend if I don’t know my one thing to focus on?

I share my own vulnerable answers in the video.  I hope you like it.

Feel free to leave a comment below or email us at [email protected] with your unique challenges. If you are struggling, odds are others are facing the same challenges as well. Find your voice.

With gratitude,

– Chelsea Dinsmore

P.S. You legends are the ones out there living and breathing this journey, so feel free to share your advice to this reader’s challenge as well. This is my personal experience, but our collective experience is far more powerful. Share in the comments below.

2 Comments
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  • Patrick Oh
    Posted at 14:51h, 22 January Reply

    Ya…I do struggle with the many interests or skills I have…some people call me a multipotentialite or not focused….
    I was former an automation design engineer, but I left and started doing non-profit in helping the community and later venture into China to help poverty-stricken village.
    In fact, I spent 13 years helping villages and was very successful that I was appointed as consultant and lecturer on community development.
    However, to put food on my table, I did business consulting. Having returned to Singapore, I continue as a freelance certified business consultant.
    However, business consulting can be a challenge in a country where bosses don’t understand about paying for consulting.
    Anyway, I also am a certified fitness trainer and precision nutritionist, but I do not monetise it cause I used the skill to help the elderly in my community.
    I do love helping communities but all the non-profit organisation are struggling to raise fund and cannot pay.
    Friends said I should go into coaching but in my country, life coaching is a foreign concept and people not willing to pay for it. Thus considering doing it online to reach the global market.
    So I connect with your sharing about living your passion and reality in putting food on the table.

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