From Debbie A.
Knowing one's heart's desires isn't too much of a stretch for anyone who is comfortable in their own skin. myself fairly intelligent, However, change being this worldly realm's one true certainty, I've been subtlely distracted. I've allowed myself to be reactive versus proactive now & then too but I am still , basically, "on track" - aren't I? Well, I'd thought so but it has gotten tougher sometimes.Luther Rupp is a learned, able, insightful guide & teacher. His gentle, yet masterful manner lead me to feel my responses to this program rather than mindfully weighing each answer against impertainent obstacles to my genuine "passions". Ultimately, this course has left me with valuable, readjusted focus.
Mr. Rupp's uncanny ability to represent my own "top 10" in such a
qualifying, measured & meaningful way has given me some surprising
What had been working can work even better & what was not working has been clarified & redirected. I am well on my way & would highly recommend this discovery investment to all.Thank you, Luther :)!Deborah A., Oregon, Ohio
From Sarah Marie W.
May 16, 2010
I came to the realization when I first spoke with Luther about life priorities that I didn’t quite have a clear vision of what I wanted in life. To think of where or how I would be in the future is a tough concept when you’re busy living life; but I soon realized it’s vital in pursuing your dreams.
What I found to be quite a surprise was what my actual priorities were; it’s not necessarily what you think they might be at first. With the help of Luther, I was able to focus in on my actual life goals. I now have a better idea of how I’m going to pursue my dreams and live out my
Sarah Marie W., Bryan, OH
Thu, 17 Feb 2011 07:41:50
Thanks for teaching me about the "Passion Test." It's amazing how your life changes once you start thinking outside the box and focus on what truly brings you joy.
Have a great jog, Luther!
A quick note about this page and the Passion Test in general. The Passion Test is an excellent feature to tell you where your passions currently are. But it is a poor guide for any sort of guidance. In fact, the way it is presented it leads to an unbalanced, selfhish existance. Knowing your passions in only a small step in living your life. You also must organize, evalaute and re-consider your passions. All of us have a strong tendency to selfishness and the passion test simply proves that to be true.
It is a good way to know where you are, but a terrible guide for your life.