The more I write and talk about passion, the more passion I find in my life. When I was afraid to talk about it, I didn’t have as much of it. Keeping it inside keeps others from seeing your passion and sharing theirs with you. I’m still growing.
That’s why I’m looking forward to speaking at Stand Up For Passion March 3, and why I recommend attending. Because the more you involve passion in your life, the more you find it, create it, share it, and enjoy it. I know talking about passion makes you feel vulnerable. I felt that way for most of my life. As a speaker preparing to talk about vulnerable times in my life, I’m nervous about inviting people. But the group of us presenting, directing, producing, etc have been giving and getting feedback, rehearsing, sharing, and improving and it looks like it will be a tremendous show.
The event consists of seven speakers speaking about experiences that transformed their lives. Past attendees said the event transformed their lives. It’s raw. We aren’t actors. We’re regular people sharing on stage what most of us don’t share.
It’s expanding to other countries, so for those who like to say “I did X before everyone else knew about it,” this feels like one of those times. The people organizing it are passionate about it and many people come to multiple events. Repeat customers are one of my top signs of success.
Tuesday, March 3, 6:30pm
French Consulate, 934 Fifth Avenue
Tickets: $20 until February 22, $25 after. No walk-ins!
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