Pursuing Their Passion
"Find your passion and you will find
your path to incredible possibilities."
Donna 'Serious Satchell'
Pursuing Their Passion is a series of various types of programs featuring interviews with people who love what they do. These individuals may be pursuing their passion on their jobs, as full-time or part-time entrepreneurs, in roles for social, professional, or faith-based organizations, as volunteers in their communities, as favorite hobbies or personal endeavors. However they have chosen to pursue their passion, they are reaping the rewards of a tremendous sense of personal pride and personal achievement for what they are doing and, of great importance, others are benefiting from their efforts. Not only will you be able to hear their remarkable stories, but CD's of their interviews will be available so you can listen again and again and be inspired to find your passion.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 - 9:00 p.m.
Topic: Don't Let a Job Stop You From
Pursuing Your Passion.
Donna will be interviewing jazz singer extraordinaire,
Joanne Smith. They will talk about Joanne's love for
singing and how she is not letting a full-time job and
family responsibilities keep her from pursuing that
passion. Listen to this interview and be inspired to find
and follow your passion, regardless of what you think is
standing in your way. To join us, the details are below:
Call In Number: 712-432-3100 | Access Code: 754480
Visit www.JazzyBrownJazzClub.com to hear Joanne's
incredible voice and to find out about her upcoming
performances at Jazzy Brown Jazz Club in McDonough,
Georgia. Visit www.TheJoanneSmithExperience.com to
find out more about Joanne.
Quotes About Passion
"The only way to do great work is
to love what you do. If you haven’t
found it yet, keep looking, Don’t settle.
As with all matters of the heart,
you’ll know when you find it."
Business Magnate & Innovator
"Winning the prize wasn’t half as
exciting as doing the work itself."
Maria Goeppert Mayer
Winner of Nobel Prize for Physics
"If you do something and experience
something that makes your heart beat
a little faster, then keep doing it."
Actor, Author & Political Activist
"Ask yourself what makes you come
alive. And then go and do that.
Because what the world needs
is people who have come alive."
Theologian & Civil Rights Activist
Gary Hammel, professor at the London Business School, explains why passion is more important than intellect in the workplace.
Sir Ken Robinson, an international expert on creativity and passion, talks about how doing things we are passionate about energizes us while doing things we are disinterested in drains our energy.