I love stand up paddle boarding.
Lori Bumgarner, Passion & Career Coach
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And I agree with you. I don’t think I implied in this post that hobbies and passions are mutually exclusive. I assume most people are passionate about their hobbies. The only real difference between a hobby and a vocation is whether you’re paid meaningful income to do it.

What’s important is whether we are multi-passionate or not. Much rhetoric around “passion” is phrased to imply that a person has only one. If that’s the case, I’m obligated to involve skateboarding in my vocation. I would likely be a skateboard photographer, videographer, or blogger. But I don’t want to be the guy documenting and spectating the skateboarding — I just want to skateboard :)

Luckily I generate a good income doing something else I’m passionate about and am privileged to skateboard in my free time.

It sounds like you’re a self-aware person who’s created an ideal life for yourself. I appreciate you sharing your story and feedback.

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