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What’s a “Passion Noodle?”

Take 6 minutes to listen and find out!


Winter skyline off the west porch
Winter skyline off the west porch


You don't need to know what's around the corner!
You don’t need to know what’s around the corner!


 When it snows it is soooo quiet. Perfect for noodling new ideas and hearing those inner voices…

I’d love to hear what you think of my first Passion Noodle.  What passions are you noodling turning into profits right now? What your biggest block to noodling about your own hopes and dreams? This is your life folks. Noodle away!

There are 5 comments. Add yours.

  1. Valerie,
    I love the idea of taking your thoughts and using all the technology available to get it out there quicker!

    Your message is a good one of enjoying the discover and not letting the planning and preparing stifle your spirit. Because no matter how much planning, you really don’t always know where it will lead. I’m working on having fun taking more action, more quickly rather than over thinking for myself and my clients.

    I also love the idea of figuring out ways to do mostly the parts you want to do!

  2. Thanks for kicking things off Sally!

    I’ve been noodling about the “best” way to get my thoughts out there… video blog, text blog, live workshops, podcast… when it occured to me I don’t have to choose. I can do the one that feels right at the time. A much more flexible way to go. And just like starting a business, you can always course correct as you go.

    Thanks again for noodling! I’d love to know what you thought of the length… too long? Too short? Or like the 3 bears, just right?

    Off to my new (first!) investment property. Passive income never starts out very passive. Like anything — lots of work but it will pay off in the end.


    Dreamer in Residence

  3. Valerie,
    I think experimenting is a very good thing and under rated! You asked about length of the podcast – in my humble opinion 3-5 minutes is probably about right. You know, short attention spans and all.

  4. Tony

    Very nice noodle Valerie! Yep, if you don’t know what your passion is you need to get busy trying lots of things and what could be more fun than that? Strongly agree with your idea that people are reluctant to get on the train until they know its final destination – been there myself and wrestled with that one for many years. Thankfully I managed to make the leap in the end. I think the length of the noodle is about right. I think most people’s attention span can run to 6 minutes! 🙂

  5. Janice

    Valerie – this is brilliant! Thanks for sharing! I keep a digital recorder on hand at all times and am constantly recording my thoughts into it. I had been struggling with the part to get them to the transcribed stage….the ah ha light bulb…I don’t have to get them transcribed, I can just use them as they are.



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