Do you need some tips to find your passion?
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Do you need some tips to find your passion?

Do you need some tips to find your passion? The most common question that I get asked is…How do I find my passion? It’s critical for deep-thinking, creative, highly sensitive people find their passion. We have a burning desire to utilize our strengths and talents, so that we can maximize our potential.

What is passion? It’s a powerful and enthusiastic desire to accomplish something. Some people search a lifetime to figure out what makes them excited and motivated. Others are born knowing what they want to do. Most of us fall somewhere in between. (more…)

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Are you in your highly sensitive proper environment?
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Are you in your highly sensitive proper environment?

Are you in your highly sensitive person proper environment? What type of environment are you drawn to? What kind of environment can you grow and thrive in? These questions will give you a good idea to see if you’re in your proper place.

It’s critical to examine where you are now and where you want to be. This will determine your happiness and productivity. Your health is greatly impacted by the choices you make. (more…)

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Would you be willing to sacrifice for a happier job?
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Would you be willing to sacrifice for a happier job?

Would you be willing to sacrifice for a happier job? In other words, are you willing to take a pay cut for a job in which you’d be happier?

I understand that this is a difficult question. Especially in difficult economic times. In a recent Spherion survey of 882 employees, 64% said no and 36% said yes.

A positive work environment and a sense of purpose are especially crucial for a highly sensitive person. It’s important to think about the type of situation that you’d like most to be in. (more…)

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Your Job Reduces Your Stress? Could this be true?
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Your Job Reduces Your Stress? Could this be true?

I recently read an article by Kathleen O’Brien that suggests that if you want to feel less stressed, you should spend more time at work.

At first thought, this seems to be a contradiction. Doesn’t working too much cause stress?

Penn State University researchers measured people’s levels of cortisol, a major indicator of stress, and found employees have significantly lower levels of stress at work than at home. (more…)

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