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I’ve never been one who has been able to find my life’s purpose. I’ve been through dozens of methods to help me figure it out, and I always draw a blank. Or worse – I am pointed to something that repulses me.
So when my fellow blogger Mohamed Tohami of Midway Simplicity contacted me to tell me about his new product, The P.A.S. Method, which claims to help you find your purpose in less than 30 minutes, I laughed to myself and said, “I don’t believe it.”
(Apparently his wife didn’t believe it either, so I am glad I am not alone in my skepticism).
But I trust him, so I printed out the workbook, took myself off to a Starbucks, and went through The P.A.S. Method Workbook.
Why Did I Look For My Purpose?
This year seems to be a year of existential crises for me. Earlier in the year, I went through a crises of “what do I want to be when I grow up?”. Then a spiritual crisis, where I wasn’t sure of what I believed. And in the past few weeks I have been going through a blogging crisis, unable to determine if I was helping anyone or if I was just talking into the void with no one was listening.
One of the things people kept asking me as I talked about this last crisis, is if I was blogging about something that really mattered to me. Was I passionate about it?
So I hoped that the P.A.S. course would help me figure out what I really cared about enough to blog about.
Scary Words Are Gone
Instead of life goal, the word “passion” is used. I can get behind that. I understand getting so involved in something I lose track of time. I understand reading everything I can get my hands on. I can understand something that really lights me up.
Instead of talent, the word “advantage” is used. I don’t like talent, and don’t necessarily believe that I have many. Everything I can do is a result of a lot of hard work.
Advantage, on the other hand, is something that Tohami says, “is the slight advantage you possess…due to special education, work experience, life experience, etc.” and “It just enables you to do something easier, simpler or faster…” I can get behind that. I have a lot of specialized knowledge. So I can see where this is coming from.
The last part, which other people make into a life mission, is called solution. Not contribution, which makes it seem like we have to change the world.
Time Spent…Less Than 30 Minutes
Tohami says you have to have a timer to do this, so it doesn’t become overly complex. Again, since I trust him, I timed it.
I have to tell you, it didn’t take me 30 minutes.
It took me 22.
And in the end, it turns out that I am still on the right path.
Can This Work?
I was amazed at how well this worked. And yes, in less than 30 minutes.
I have done so many long-drawn out courses from Myers-Briggs to “What Color Is Your Parachute” to aptitude tests. None of them have pointed me in any direction I cared to go.
At the end of the P.A.S technique, though, I had the assurance that I am working with what I love, and I am poised to take the next step.
We All Have Something To Offer
We all have something to give back, whether it is to our families, our community, or the entire world. I encourage you to get this course and find out what you have to offer.
Tohami is offering a 100% money back guarantee if this doesn’t work for you. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain.
Check it out by clicking here.
And just to sweeten the deal, Tohami has given me a special offer to give to you. From now until July 18th, you can get 20% off the price by using the offer code “PAS20OFF”.
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