How does someone get back their passion for something they once loved?

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  1. blessed365 profile image75
    blessed365posted 6 years ago

    How does someone get back their passion for something they once loved?

  2. SidKemp profile image90
    SidKempposted 6 years ago

    In two words: do it. The late Stephen R. Covey said, "Love is a verb." If the feeling of passion or love is lost, then do the act, do the loving thing. If you used to love dancing, dance, until the passion awakens. Or write, or whatever. And, at the same time, be aware of resistance, artists block, and other things. A great toolkit for this work is The Artists Way, by Julia Cameron.

  3. mosaicman profile image75
    mosaicmanposted 6 years ago

    I think you need to go back to the elemental reasoning of why you fell in love with it in the first place. Take for instance, if it is an instrument, why did you first start playing, why did you continue and put forth the time and effort into it? Was it because it gave you an outlet of means of escapism? Was it because you just love music? Once things get corrupted (ie. forced to play continually for money), you must go back to the roots.

  4. amandamitchell profile image61
    amandamitchellposted 6 years ago

    Often times, people who begin to feel different about their jobs are being impacted by their very own perspectives. Perspectives can be tainted by a variety of factors that are difficult to identify. Your work environment, values, boundaries and responsibilities are often out of alignment and stimulating discontentment regard a career you once enjoyed. To appreciate your career once again may require a self-assessment, changes in your mindset, and adjustments to your behavior to help you regain perspective. Hiring a career coach may be a good idea to help you identify the issues that are standing in your way. You may also find some great resources by visiting Good luck to you in discovering a career that makes you happy!

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    Tu Motivacionposted 2 years ago

    The most important thing is remember what are you looking for, and what are you doing for get it. The steps you need to do for accomplish your dreams are only test for knowing that you are enough good for achieve. You can find more information on my website:


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