I developed this model to give you a practical method
for thinking about and working through how to discover
and experience what is most important to you in your
I have observed many people accept the wrong jobs because they
didn't have a sense of purpose
about their life or what was most important to them.
The longer these people stayed in their jobs which provided
little passion or interest,
of themselves aligned to whatever their most recent performance
review had to say.
As a result, they started to think less was possible
for them. Little thinking went into what exactly they wanted
to do or what they thought would be their ideal role or place
in the world.
Their daily position
or attitude was negative as they continued to rely on
others for direction in their vocational life.
I also observed other people who invested the time to figure
out what exactly they were passionate about and what they loved
to do. I observed that the people who were able to imagine in
detail exactly how they would spend their perfect
vocational day if they had the chance were the one's capable
of creating action plans to carry this out.
Now, in the present,
working through this model and associated exercises
in P Is For Perfect: Your Perfect Vocational Day, the
Vocational Passion Workshop or with Craig's coaching
you can make immediate progress towards putting
together doing more of what you want in your vocational
Click through the wheel and think about how each P
applies to you and your life. Read sample stories below
of real people just like you who have discovered and
are living their perfect vocational lives.