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7 Best Tips On How To Discover Your Passion

Passion is one of the positive drive that helps in the fulfilment of life. One common piece of advice you might hear when looking for a job is to “follow your passion.” Following the work, ideas and projects that make you feel fulfilled and motivated can help lead you to jobs you will enjoy and succeed in. This is because of the fulfilment that comes with working in line with our passion. While the idea is simple enough, it can still take some careful consideration to identify and find your true passions in life.

     Some people choose to pursue their passions during their free time outside of work, while others prefer to dedicate their day-to-day work life to their passions. The choice you make will depend on what your passion is, whether or not it is easily transferred into sustainable living and whether or not you want your income to be tied to your passion. When you’re passionate about what you do, work can feel like less of a chore and more like a fulfilling way to contribute to your industry and community.

   Being happy in your career choice is an important part of finding a healthy work/life balance. Whether you’re just starting to think about your career or you’re feeling stuck in a job that doesn’t bring you joy, it’s never too late or too early to identify and follow your true passions.

How to Discover Your Passion in Life

How do you discover that thing that you are passionate about? These following suggestions will help you find out your passion:

1. What time of the day are you eager for its arrival?

There might be a certain day of the week or time of the day you look forward to for some reason. Maybe it’s because of a specific meeting, task or time you have set aside. You might also notice certain surprises or unexpected times that end up being the best part of your day. Pay attention to both seemingly significant and insignificant things that you would consider to be the peak of your day.

    While many of these high points may happen during work, you may notice that your high points occur outside the workplace in the time you have for yourself, friends and family. Making note of where and with whom your high points take place will bring you one step closer to knowing whether your passions are related to your career or other parts of life.

2. Pay attention to what you spend your time and money on

We tend to focus our resources on things that are meaningful to us, including time and money. Look at your credit card bill or bank statements and see if there are any themes. Look at the topics of books, magazines, films or podcasts you consume. Take note of how you are spending your free time and what activities bring you joy.

 Finally, recognize if there is a particular genre, subject or theme that your hobbies and interests have in common. The interests that have remained with you through the years may be more related to a passion versus a newly emerged interest.

3. Consider topics you love to teach or talk about with others

Consider your interactions with others. What types of conversations do you enjoy the most? Do you find yourself particularly animated when talking about a specific subject? It might also be helpful to consider if there are any tasks or topics you tend to teach others about. These are often the things we find most important to us.

4. Think about your strengths

Identifying both your soft and hard skills will point you toward the specific interests and passions that you’ve already taken the time to develop into personal strengths. Alternatively, you might have a natural skill that makes you feel confident and motivated when completing certain tasks.

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5. Check out if those passions can be a source of income for you

As stated above that if we could make our passion our ambition, work will be fully enjoyed. You can check out if your passion is enough to fund your living and if the answer is yes, you should pick that out.

6. What did you love doing as a child?

Growing up, what did you derive joy in doing? What was that thing or those things that would always give you joy when you are doing it. It will really help you discover your passion because as a child the society hasn’t eaten deep into you. You were still doing the things you genuinely loved doing. So, when you remember those things, you will find out that some part of you still hold onto it and that is your passion.

7. What makes you lose track of time?

What is that thing that when you start doing, you lose track of time and also forget to eat and pee? That thing is your passion. There is no way you will be doing something you don’t like for long that you will forget the most important thing to do in life Eating. That one thing that can make you forfeit your sleep. And make you feel happy and satisfied doing.

When you find out that thing then you have discovered your passion.

Final Thoughts

Discovering your passion will make your life worth living. It will make your life a happy one. When you have time, make sure you give those questions a great thought, write the answers down and then look at it to know what your passion is.

Finding a way to engage in our passion will really go a long way in making our life fulfilled however, not all passion can be done full time.

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