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Developing Your True Passions<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
Get Connecting<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />Get Understood<br />
 Get  Understanding	<br />Get Humble<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
Get accepting<br /> Get Control <br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
Get Encouragement	<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
Get connecting-Find common ground <br /> Get understood-Ask for understanding <br /> Get understanding-Be understanding <b...
By Cheryl Paris of The Acorn Coach Blog<br />Http://www.cherylparis.com<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog  © Copyrig...
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  • What exactly is a ‘life passion,’ you ask?
  • Find common ground. One of the things that will make it easier for a family member to for you to find a connection between your passion and that family member. 2. Ask for understanding. Family members sometimes aren’t willing to accept change. Start by asking them to bear with you while you go through a transition. Even if they don’t understand you or your passion, ask for their full support and patience.
  • 3. Be understanding. Don’t let it upset you if your friends and family frown on your dreams. Let them know you hear their concerns, but you have to do what’s right for you. After all, you only live once!4. Do unto others. It’s not all about you so make sure you are supportive of others’ passions. It’s not fair to ask them to support you if you scoff at them. If you’ve ever criticized someone for following their dream, now is the time to apologize, tell them you are sorry and you completely understand.
  • 5. Include others, but don’t force them. Ask your friends and family to join you in a project, but don’t try to force their hand.6. Limit your conversation. Don’t waste your time talking to the uninterested. Wait for other people to bring it up. If they don’t, find like-minded people who will be interested in listening to you and helping you grow.
  • Find encouragement from a support group. Find a local social network to help you keep things in perspective if family members are unwilling to support your efforts.
  • SummaryGet connecting-Find common ground Get understood-Ask for understanding Get understanding-Be understanding Get humble-Do unto others Get accepting-Include others Get control-Limit your conversationsGet encouragement-Find encouragement
  • In the next session we will look atHow Do You Develop Your Passions?
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    1. 1. Developing Your True Passions<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
    2. 2. Get Connecting<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />Get Understood<br />
    3. 3. Get Understanding <br />Get Humble<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
    4. 4. Get accepting<br /> Get Control <br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
    5. 5. Get Encouragement <br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
    6. 6. Get connecting-Find common ground <br /> Get understood-Ask for understanding <br /> Get understanding-Be understanding <br /> Get humble-Do unto others <br />Get accepting-Include others <br /> Get control-Limit your conversations<br /> Get encouragement-Find encouragement <br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br /> Summary<br />
    7. 7. By Cheryl Paris of The Acorn Coach Blog<br />Http://www.cherylparis.com<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
    8. 8. Get Connecting TheAdventure Team<br />Get Understood Natalie & Gabriel<br />Get Understanding Kristin Lei<br />Get Humble uberarchon<br />Get accepting CarlaLodwick<br />Get Control Richard Lores<br />Get Encouragement Ed Romeros<br />Get Local Social Network ColgateUniversity<br />Photo Credits<br />Cheryl Paris- The ACORN Coach Blog © Copyright 2010, Cheryl Paris.<br />
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