RINGWOOD, N.J. — Ringwood's Danielle Rose chased her own passion by helping others find their's through her Mind Key Project.
Rose studied writing and communication in college and continues to freelance but turns much of her attention to those who may be searching for purpose in life.
How she does so varies, but some of Mind Key's tactics include group talks and job-finding resources.
"Sometimes we're still trying to evolve it and figure out exactly how to present it to people," Rose told Daily Voice. "It's a resource for anyone who wants to be their happiest and healthiest self."
Mind Key started in March 2015 and has grown to 20 members.
Rose, a Lakeland High School graduate, said one of the biggest challenges can be turning a passion into a paying career. Many people may know what they like to do, but not how to make ends meet with it. That's where Mind Key tries to help.
Rose and her crew have spoken at libraries and other smaller events, but she said she wants to join a larger career fair to reach more people in the future.
Some of the of the members offer specialties such as editors, psychic readings, art, music and web design for those seeking a more specific career.
"We believe we're all meant to do what we love to do," she said. "Don't be afraid and just go out there and do it. The resources are there for you."
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