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passion meet

for millennials who know what they don’t want…
but have no idea what they’d rather be doing.

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We’re here to give you permission …

To break free from feeling stuck, frustrated, and overwhelmed.

To figure out your passion in life and pursue it in a way that feels good to you.

To have the courage to live according to your own values, and not spend your life trapped by someone else’s rules.

To combine your career and passion in a way that feels so good, you’ll hardly believe it’s real (but it will be).

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For the love of god, stop asking people, “So, what do you do?”

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OK fellow Millennials (and really, everyone, because who hasn’t seen this movie?) … do you remember that scene in Aladdin where Genie (RIP our beloved Robin Williams) is describing what it’s like to be a genie?

His whole form expands to fill the room while he bellows in a deep, booming voice: “PHENOMENAL COSMIC POWER!” … and then he shrinks into his lamp and concludes in a quiet, high-pitched voice, “itty bitty living space.”

One of my clients and I were reminiscing about this recently because it’s the PERFECT visual for what, quite frankly, is wrong ...

Expecting the perfect job to be your savior with Sarah Knight

perfect job

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As a grown, independent person living in the almost-2020s, it would be highly embarrassing to admit that you secretly hope for a knight in shining armor to sweep you off your feet like a damsel in distress. You can pay your own bills and don’t need rescuing, thank-you-very-much.

BUT … while most of us have gotten over the desire for a savior when it comes to romance, a LOT of us are still very much hung up on the idea of a job that might save us. And frankly, it’s just as codependent and problematic as ...