“My strength lies solely in my tenacity.”
Louis Pasteur
Louis Pasteur ranks at the top of one the greatest benefactors of humanity.  Through disciplined experimental tests he discovered the causes of rabies, anthrax, chicken cholera and silkworm diseases, and contributed to the first vaccines.  His work set the stage for modern biology and new branches of science.  Pasteur was responsible for some of the most important theoretical concepts and practical applications of modern science.

“Imagination should give wings to our thoughts but we always need decisive experimental proof, and when the moment comes to draw conclusions and to interpret the gathered observations, imagination must be checked and documented by the factual results of the experiment.” ~ Louis Pasteur


What do YOU want to use your PASSION for?

Passion and purpose go hand in hand.  It breeds tenacity!  And the willingness to keep on keepin’ on does make all the difference.

Network marketer’s talk a lot about their “why”.  It is the reason for building a business around their passion.  It’s a wonderful concept to fully explore because knowing IT will keep the fires lit.

Maybe you want to:

  • send your children to private school
  • retire from a J-O-B you don’t like
  • have more time to volunteer
  • invest in your own childhood dreams

I’m passionate about providing support for my husband’s music career.  I love seeing, and get inspired by all the steps forward we make because it’s a focus of our family plan.

Today, write yourself a letter about the investment you are making into your passion and why.  Seal it in an envelope and put a date 2 years in the future on it.

Don’t worry about setting a two year goal, just tell yourself why it is important to keep building your business.  The two year letter is just a note to remind yourself why and to reflect…

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