Simplifying without knowing your purpose and passions, means you may be simplifying the wrong things. You don’t want to streamline all your meals if one of your loves is cooking. A short gym workout may not be as enjoyable as a long hike if you are a nature lover.

Most of the purpose finding processes are long, so when Mohamed of Midway Simplicity sent me his 30 minute P.A.S. 2.0 method I was excited. (And a little leery. 30 minutes, really?)

But he does a great job, as usual, of distilling the best of ‘how to find your purpose’ into a simple, simple process.

I am interested in many different things and his process made it easy to find the few most important to me. And he helped me find my advantage – how I can be of most use.

If you are looking for your next step or what you want to be when you grow up, Mohamed’s P.A.S. method is a fast way to get on your right path.

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