Passion Unlocks The Door To Your Massive Success
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Article Title: Passion Unlocks The Door To Your Massive Success
Author: Kurt Mortensen
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More than anything else, passion recruits the hearts and minds
of your audience. When the audience can sense your passion and
heartfelt conviction for your cause or product � they
emotionally jump on board. We love people who are excited,
animated, and full of passion. There is a difference between
charisma and passion, however. Charisma is an attribute, while
passion is a transfer of emotion. �If a man hasn�t discovered
something that he will die for, he isn�t fit to live.� � Martin
When you have passion for something, you are excited, you have
zeal, and you want to share it with the world. You can�t be
swayed by the opinions of others. You are excited to convert
as many people to your cause as possible. When you have
passion, you have a sense of mission that drives you, that
stimulates your imagination, and that motivates you to higher
levels of achievement. Passion alone can be effective in
swaying opinion and in getting people to support your product,
service, or cause.
People have swayed me with unmistakable passion for what they
believe in. In my persuasion workshops, I have students give a
two-minute speech about what they are passionate about. I have
seen students get me foaming at the mouth for ice cream, cause
me to be more committed to recycling, and make me want to start
rock climbing. Do you have passion? Try to tap into the things
in your life you are passionate about. Passion springs from a
combination of belief, enthusiasm, and emotion.
Emerson said, �Nothing great was ever achieved without
enthusiasm.� Enthusiasm is the great moving force of spirit
and energy that permeates all we do. It is the force that
keeps motivation going until a goal is reached. Norman Vincent
Peale said, �When one gets enthusiastic, the entire personality
lights up. The mind becomes sharper, more intuitive; the
entire life force and creative ability are enhanced. Such a
person is motivated and will certainly make an impact.�
Enthusiasm falls under the umbrella of passion, but you can be
enthusiastic without having passion. When you have passion,
however, you are full of enthusiasm. Enthusiasm is described
as a strong excitement or feeling on behalf of a cause or a
subject. In Greek, the word means �to be inspired by a god.�
When you have enthusiasm (or a lack of it), it is contagious.
Enthusiasm infects people so much that they feel your energy
and excitement. Enthusiasm accounts for 51% of all persuasion
and electrifies everyone around you. Develop your enthusiasm
by gaining information and knowledge about your product or
subject. Believe in yourself and your message, tap into your
emotions, and learn how to express them.
Here are the five keys to creating and enhancing enthusiasm:
Which one is your weakness? What is your game plan to make it
FIND YOUR PASSION
If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?
If you had 10 million in the bank, what would you do with your
You are here on the earth for a reason. What is it?
About The Author: Kurt Mortensen�s trademark is Magnetic
Persuasion; you should attract customers, just like a magnet
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