Fearless Passion: Find the Courage to Do What you Love

Fearless Passion Find the Courage to Do What you Love Wouldn t it be wonderful to do what you love every single day Many of us graduate from college and plunge ourselves into the working world only to realize that our job is not a good fit for us We fee

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Wouldn t it be wonderful to do what you love every single day Many of us graduate from college and plunge ourselves into the working world, only to realize that our job is not a good fit for us We feel stuck, not knowing whether to change our career or not Thoughts and fears run through our mind I have already invested so much in my previous education I can t possiblyWouldn t it be wonderful to do what you love every single day Many of us graduate from college and plunge ourselves into the working world, only to realize that our job is not a good fit for us We feel stuck, not knowing whether to change our career or not Thoughts and fears run through our mind I have already invested so much in my previous education I can t possibly give it up now What if I pick a wrong career path again Wouldn t I waste money and time What if I don t have the talent to pursue what I love Do you feel trapped in your current job and don t know what to do about it Fearless Passion aims to release you from the fears that are holding you back and inspire you to take action on your passion The biggest mistake is not choosing the wrong career it s sticking with a career that makes you unhappy.Based on the author s own personal story and many others, Fearless Passion shows you how you can expose your hidden fears and harness them, identify your current passions and discover new ones, use your passions to build the skills you wanted, find time to pursue multiple passions and make a smooth career transition.Fearless Passion isn t just a book on career change It s a book to inspire everyone to love themselves by doing what they love.Fearless Passion includes successful stories from Yong Kang Chan the author An accountant who left his job to pursue his passion for animation Simon Gudgeon A world renowned sculptor who only discovered his passion for sculpting when he was forty years old Larry Jacobson An entrepreneur who gave his successful travel business to sail around the world and later became an award winning bestseller author Peter Yang A senior manager who left his job to set up a social enterprise that helps nonprofit and social organizations Dan Conway A jobless youth worker who created a viral marketing campaign that got him the advertising job he always wanted TaJuan TeeJ Mercer An award winning Hollywood TV editor who later became an International Bestselling Author and a reality TV coach Leanne Spencer An account director who left her job to be a personal trainer and fitness entrepreneur Anne Rupert A manager in the real estate industry who left her job for a six month career break to reconnect her passion for the Arts Dr Siew Tuck Wah An aesthetic doctor who used to be afraid of dogs but now heads a nonprofit group to save stray dogs.
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  • Catherine says:

    Just to let you know, I received a free review ecopy of this book in return for an honest review.Fearless Passion is a book where the author, Yong Kang Chan, draws on his own life experiences to help you with your own passion. He takes you through the various stages of leaving his own career, finding temporary employment with HBO Asia and the various bits about learning of his passion, animation. Not only that, but the author has collected all sorts of stories from varying people and what they d [...]

  • Li Or says:

    I've read quite a few books in the genre of personal development and I can say that Fearless Passion by Yong Kang Chan is definitely one of the good ones!I found Fearless Passion to be a wonderful read. Other self-help books I've read in the past can feel a bit like hard work to get through, but this one was really enjoyable. The vibe of the book is positive, upbeat and motivating. I felt like I was talking with a friend who was giving me an inspiring pep talk!The writing:The writing style is si [...]

  • Joanna says:

    An excellent book for self reflection and goal setting. Chan presents effective exercises to identify the reader's passions, and provides direction in developing the courage to work past fears and livethe fulfilling life we we see for ourselves.

  • Laura Reading says:

    Admittedly I am a geeky self help reader. I have read all the classics from Napoleon Hill and W Clement Stone and Earl Nightingale, and enjoyed the more recent gurus including Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Wayne Dyer and others. So I know the information presented in many newly published books is taken from those classic ideas.What Yong Kang Chan brings to the field is not only a fresh approach but also new examples of others who have succeeded, including himself.I appreciated his anecdotes reinforci [...]

  • Consuelo Murgia says:

    Many times I haven't found the courage to do want I wanted, to say what I was really thinking, but at least I can read about someone who had the courage to change his life.

  • M. A. P. says:

    I received a free ebook copy of this book from its author in exchange for an honest review on .I am somewhat torn by this book. On one hand, I can definitely see why and how this could be an useful book to some people, even if I didn't personally find it so. (I did, however, really enjoy the author's definition of passion - how it's something that you still feel the drive to do even after the initial "crush" you felt towards it has run out.) On the other, the book is very basic and doesn't exact [...]

  • Slawka says:

    /I received a free e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review/I have some mixed feelings about this book: on one hand there are moments when it makes the reader quite enthusiastic about the possible changes, on the other hand, most of the statements are quite bold and adequate only when it comes to certain type of people. Wouldn't it be great, if we all could just do what we love? Sure it would. But honestly, do you REALLY think we all can afford it? I've spent years doing things I [...]

  • Frank Becker says:

    Here writes a guy who believes -and seemingly lives- what he says. The book is about following your passion and I think it's a good book. It is truely motivating, and it tries to help overcome barriers that are blocking the way (or at least seem to do). Partially the book widens its scope to offer some time management, general live or even budget advice. I think the author has made his homework and delivered a pretty complete picture of how to effectively be successful in following your passion. [...]

  • Kate says:

    I read this book through First Reads, and I couldn't get past page 50. Oversimplified metaphors and empty statements ("Just do what you love! Don't give up!") that can be found in any plethora of self-help books resulted in a read of zero originality. Most of the stories came from the author's own life, making this mainly an autobiography.I was particularly amused by the statement you don't need discipline if you have passion. There's literally a heading in the book entitled, "No need for disci [...]

  • Lee says:

    Amazing book for finding your passion! I enjoyed reading all the personal stories about how the author left a career as an accountant to pursue his passion in animation. He gives some good illustrations in his life as he goes through the process of discovery. The book gives some great advice for learning what you want to do in life. I gained plenty of insight and ideas just reading the different parts of the book and further examples from other people's lives. There are good questions to guide y [...]

  • Emily says:

    This book missed its mark for me. The author makes some good points and is on the right track. I believe he is fearlessly pursuing his passions.I believe he loves writing and I believe he wants to help people. I just didn't feel the passion for writing or helping people pursue their own passions come out. It felt rushed, like, "I have to write a book so here it is." I didn't get inspired or motivated, or even like I could go out there and do it myself (even though I am, so maybe I needed this bo [...]

  • Joseph Santiago says:

    This is a book you want to read to get excited and develop a plan about your future. It made me think about what I wanted for fulfillment in work instead of just receiving a paycheck. While no book is a one size fits all for everyone this one attempts to be. It attempts to get the reader to plan for everything and start on the path. The only place I feel it falls short is for those who can't throw caution to the wind and live dramatically. Be it because of money, responsible for others, or physi [...]

  • Ces says:

    This book practically mirrors my life. The only difference is that I didn't pursue accounting rather shifted at my second year in college. This makes me reflect and wonder what would have happened if I chose to finish my previous course. Would I hate it as much? This makes me basically anxious and scared— the truth that the creative industry is a jungle. It can eat you alive. In theory, the effectivity of the book is affected by the reader's experiences. On the downside, the book sounds somewh [...]

  • Rohini says:

    This is a great book for people who feel trapped in their current jobs, as I do. There isn't really a 'how to' book for every person or situation, but the author combines all of his experience, together with tips, suggestions, and exercises that anyone who is considering leaving their job or industry will benefit from. I don't yet have the fearless passion to quit my job, but this has certainly given me some direction.

  • Warren Benton says:

    Chan is one of the few people who has followed their passion as a career. It this book he gives a comprehensive list of how to follow your passion with real examples of how systematically analyze your passion and see if you could legitimately turn it into a job. Another great point he had was how to find and utilize a mentor.

  • Karen says:

    Un libro con anécdotas personales acerca de la perseverancia del autor, no me impactó tanto cómo esperaba, aunque me pareció un poco motivador.

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