Passion is Powerful

quest-of-the-keys_book-coverRecently I experienced the power of passion in leadership. When the leader is passionate (any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling) others see it.

I authored Quest of the Keys, a fantasy fiction book that teaches life changing principles. I am very passionate about encouraging and empowering people to live a better life. Quest of the Keys is a vehicle in which I can utilize this goal.

To say that “I am all in” on Quest of the Keys would be a gross understatement. I am extremely passionate about the potential impact on millions of people. So here is the takeaway for leaders. When the leader is passionate, it spreads to others. My passion of Quest of the Keys led to the passion of my publicist Cheryl Wicker. Couple her passion with mine and it spread to an actor named Major Dodge. Major became as passionate about Quest of the Keys as anyone I know. Quest made a difference in his life and he believes It should become a movie.

When Major became excited about Quest of the Keys, he shared it with a friend of his named Jena Waldren, who is an actress and movie producer. Because Major was so passionate about Quest, she became interested and read the book.

Next Jena caught the passion bug, because passion is contagious! Jena’s passion for Quest led to a conversation with her business partner Mark Koch who happens to be a major movie producer (Lost in Space, Black Dog, The Perfect Game and worked with Mel Gibson on the Passion of the Christ). Mark read Quest of the Keys and now he is passionate about making it a big budget movie.

Passion is powerful! My passion led to multiple people becoming passionate about the same thing. If you are a leader and you are not passionate about what you are doing, I would recommend becoming passionate or changing what you do. Be passionate!



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