Show your clients exactly what to ask themselves in order to find their true meaning and/or purpose in life.

The number one deadly fear of people is having lived a meaningless life, waking up one morning and thinking, “Is that all there is?”

Even Oprah writes,
“There is no paycheck that can equal the feeling of contentment that comes from being the person you are meant to be.” Living your passion is being the person you were meant to be.


Here’s where I come in. For over 18 years I have been helping people find the job, career, or hobby that fulfills their purpose in life, that enables them to be the person they are meant to be.

Here’s a typical example:

A very successful entrepreneur decided to retire early, take it easy, and play golf, doing his own “thing.” He sold his business in January. Less than two months later he called, depressed and panicked. He said, “Gail, I feel like I’ve killed the golden goose! What am I going to do with my life?”

Fortunately, his wife had gotten him a copy of my book,
Discover Your Passion, which he decided to read. Two weeks later, Mike called, barely able to contain his excitement, “I’ve discovered my passion,” he exclaimed. I couldn’t wait to hear.

Mike’s favorite pastime is golf, but he is frequently irritated by the behavior of others on the course. He has decided to write a booklet containing solutions to his pet peeve and market it to golf courses throughout the United States and Europe. He believes there is a need for his product which will help solve many of the problems golfers face.

How does he benefit?

• He’s doing what he loves to do.
• He’s helping others.
• He is solving a problem found wherever golfers are found.
• He is happy and excited about each and every day.
• He gets to travel with a purpose.
• His life has a purpose.
• He has discovered his passion!!

Another example:

A lady from one of my adult school classes loves working on genealogies. She also loves quilting. The combination of these two hobbies has enabled her to fulfill her passion. She researches a family’s history, designs an appropriate quilt pattern, and then teaches the family quilt making.

Benefits to her:

• She experiences tremendous satisfaction helping others.
• She’s earning money doing what she would do in her spare time for no money.
• She gets to travel--another thing she loves to do.
• She gets to meet wonderful people.
• She is able to express her creativity.
• She is able to do what she loves doing.

From reading and/or teaching
Discover Your Passion,
here is some of what you will learn:

• How to find your purpose in life and recognize its importance to you mentally and physically.
• How to feel good every day, all day.
• How to recognize what you want others to say about you and why that’s significant.
• How to bring into your life what you most desire.
• How an examination of your past can reveal hidden dreams.
• How people you admire play a role in your life.
• How to determine your most important internal and external values.
• How to find what locations/sites/places are most meaningful to you.
• How to develop your perfect day.
• How to set up success teams to help get where you want to go.
• How to find your own personal/professional coach.

everything you do and how you react to what you do is significant. When you start closely analyzing your thoughts, feelings, and actions with the help of the exercises in the book, you will draw nearer and nearer to the life you were meant to live.

STILL NOT SURE? If you answer “YES” to at least 3 of the following questions, then this BOOK and/or TELECLASS is for you!

• Would you like to be seduced, energized, and fulfilled by your work?

• Would you like to awaken each workday morning excited about the day?

• Would you like to live the adage, “Do what you love and you will never have to work another day in your life?

• Would you want to do every day what you love doing in your spare time?

• Do you agree with Wayne Dyer’s statement, “What you believe enables you to bring that belief into your life and see it?”

• Do you believe in Marsha Sinetar’s book title that says,
Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow?

• Do you believe in Budda’s primary recommendation for achieving enlightenment which is “discovering your right livelihood?

• Do you believe in and value your intuition?

• Do you believe that your self-esteem increases drastically when you have found your right niche, recognized it, and acted on it?

• Did you know that the number one deadly fear, according to the authors of
Repacking Your Bags, is having lived a meaningless life?

• Do you subscribe to the wisdom in Englehardt’s quote, “The time to be happy is now; the place to be happy is here; the way to be happy is by helping others?”

• Do you believe a life’s work inspires passion?

• Do you believe that when you discover your life’s work you will realize you already have the gift to make it happen?

• Do you believe in the value of relaxation and visualization?

• Would you like to learn more about yourself?

• Are you interested in analyzing your experiences, talents, knowledge, and skills?

• Would you like to know what your purpose in life is?

Wouldn’t you like to be able to answer “YES” to all of these questions? You can -- by discovering and implementing your passion.

Here’s How You Can Get Started
Helping People
Discover Their Passion. . .

Purchase the rights and materials to teach this course yourself. The materials include the following:

• Training materials for fourteen weeks classes and 5 weeks or days of teleclasses.
• Teacher's Manual
• Student Manual
• 133-page book,
Discover Your Passion, An Intuitive Search to Find Your Purpose in Life, sent first-class mail
• Discover Your Passion workbook
• Weekly assignments for participants
• Free one-on-one coaching on how to run your classes
• Guidelines for setting up Success Teams
• CD's to help you get started and explain the process thoroughly
• Booklets: "How to Be the Best That You Can Be" and "Success Teams Tips Booklet"
• See "Freebies" for additional materials available

Your participants in this class will leave knowing what is most meaningful to them and how they can live their passion.

I have coached people for years to be the best they can be, and the first step is always having them find the person they were meant to be. The process is exciting and fun. Don’t wait; begin now to help others to live the life they were meant to life. Don’t have them wake up one day and find themselves haunted by Peggy Lee’s song, “Is That All There Is? Is That All There Is? Is That All There is my friend...” Can you hear it? Turn it off and help people find their happiness.

People are worth every minute it takes to find their perfect life. As the Niki ad says,