3 Questions To Help You Figure Out Your Passion

Delivering Joyful Radio to YOU

My radio show, “The Art of Living Well” is a way to motivate, educate,  inspire, and bring a smile to a number of people far beyond the number I could ever reach even in my largest lecture hall when I taught psychology.  I love broadcasting on radio because I get to share great ideas and information with listeners all over the world  who stream in, or those in the tri-state area who tune in (88.7FM). I don’t use air time to rant, rave, or complain about the problems in the world–we have enough media who handle that quite well.  I prefer to give people a lift, hope, and some strategies to use to make their lives a little bit brighter.

If you are not within listening range you and your friends can stream in to www.wnhu.net on Monday mornings at 7AM (EST), where you will hear a  positive news splash, an Italian American self-help corner, some general self-help tips and a fascinating guest interview to give you some food for thought.

Radio, as you can tell, is one of my passions. What are some of yours? If you need a little more excitement in your life, I urge you to discoverr what YOUR passion is, and then devote a portion of your time each week in pursuing it. You can start by asking yourself the following 3 questions:

1. What would I  love to do regardless of whether or not I got paid for it?

2. What activity makes me lose track of time when I am engaged in it?

3. What about my skillset, experiences, or personality , is  unique and may help inspire others?

Don’t delay. Doing what you are passionate about is the best way to give others, AND yourself the gift of joy.


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