Who am I?
When I was in high school I had a teacher who loved to ask people he‘d just met a strange question: “What is your passion?”
I believe my passions depict much of who I am. My passions drive me to be a better person. They cause my true identity to come out. Want to see the real me? Talk to me about something I’m passionate about.
I have passion for a bountiful, fulfilling life. I give my all in everything I do. I’m focused and determined. I will never give up. I will go until I find the answer. I’m a perceiver and am extremely in-tune with the thoughts of others. I genuinely care about others. I want them to be happy, have vitality and peace.
I have a passion for activity. I love sports, cooking, creativity, nature, and anything that has to do with the great outdoors. If I could live outside I would.
I grew up on a farm in the Midwest United States so I also adore and am passionate about animals. Arabian horses are one of my favorites. They are one of the most beautiful, magnificent animals in the world, and they have brought me much joy over the years. Riding and training have filled many of my days. My mother was quite the animal lover and we acquired a wide variety of pets over the years. If I see any cute pet, my heart melts.
Lastly I have a passion for how things work. I will ALWAYS be the person to ask “why”. I love the human body and how complex we are. This drives my passion for health and nutrition because I see the massive impact it has on our lives. This also feeds my interest for the brain. How and why we do things we do will never be a dull topic for me.
These are a few of the top things I’m passionate about and make up who I am. I make passion contagious.
“When we focus on leading a passionate, meaningful life, we are also inadvertently creating a spectacular ripple effect of inspiration in the lives around us. When one person follows a dream, tries something new, or takes a daring leap, everyone nearby feels their passionate energy; and before too long, they are making their own daring leaps while simultaneously inspiring others.” -unknown