How to Find Your Passion: 13 Secrets to Seek It in Simple Things

You feel like something inside of you isn’t 100% complete. Not because you’re single, it’s much deeper than that. It’s all about how to find your passion.

I remember the old saying: if you do what you love then it isn’t work. Now, though completely true, I feel like our society gets this mixed up with being rich and successful. This could very well be the reason why you’re not doing something you’re passionate about or why you haven’t found your passion. Understanding how to find your passion when you’re busy trying to make money to buy the new Gucci bag or $200 tickets to the Taylor Swift concert is impossible.

This is where our true passions become erased or blurred with what other people think we need or should be doing.

How to find your passion

Now, if you don’t think you have something you’re passionate about, don’t worry. You’re not the only one, trust me. In fact, I didn’t realize my love for writing until I entered my Master’s program. I thought that doing my Master’s was something I wanted to do, but in my spare time, I wrote.

Over time, I ended up writing more and more and well… here I am! Am I loaded with cash and going on crazy yachts every weekend? No. But I’m happy. So, sometimes finding your passion isn’t something that you need to search for, sometimes it just happens. It could be hard, it could be easy.

#1 Don’t put so much attention on finding your passion.


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