What is Your Passion?

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“Follow your passion” has become such a canned bit of advice. It’s valid, but it can be misleading. People interpret what’s wanted, or even loving something as passion. It isn’t. It’s desire, and that’s a huge start, but there are lots of wants that don’t really qualify as passions. Why? Because we aren’t actually willing to work toward them in a meaningful and consistent way. Instead it’s helpful say…

Follow Your Effort

When you observe what you’re willing to take your own initiative and exert real effort to do you probably will have found an actual passion (one of them – there can be more than one). Double check that the result of your actions is what you really want (it’s more than just the actions themselves) and you’re on track.

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