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KNOW YOUR PASSION
“Find a job you love, and you will never work a day in your life”. But that’s easier said than done. We are often told to pursue our passions in our professional and personal lives. Passion doesn't really work that way. Before you can pursue your passions, you need to discover what your passions are. You'll likely have to work many days, in many ways, to discover the work that taps into your passion. Sometimes our passion is something we would love to do for work. Sometimes we only think that's what we want. Having passion for our work is more specific than being excited or enthusiastic about something. Passion refers to a strong feeling of enthusiasm or excitement either for something or about doing something. Passions are often something you would love to do constantly. Sometimes our passion is something we would love to do for work. Sometimes we only think that’s what we want. Having passion for our work is more specific than being excited or enthusiastic about something. Worker passion is something that motivates us to dig into the tough problems and sustains us through challenges and setbacks. This type of passion brings out our desire to figure something out to learn faster to make an impact. Its important to understand the distinction between passion and core values. Everyone has their own set of core values that guide them and shape how they feel about their work or work environment. Strong core values might include discipline, perseverance, playfulness, learning, excellence, and resilience. The degree to which your work and life align with these values will likely contribute in a big way to success in your career and personal life. But finding and following your passion will be the spark that ignites the flame. The interesting thing about pursuing your passion is that doing something you care about on an emotional and intellectual level will result in you wanting to do more of it. This means there is a direct line between discovering and developing your passions and achieving growth in your career or profession.
How do you find your passion???
Discovering and uncovering your passion requires engaging in different types of work and other pursuits. It is rare to have a passion for something we know nothing about. You must develop some understanding, get to know the problems and challenges of a pursuit, to fall in love with it. or to want to work on it every day. Keep in mind that finding your passion is not a one-time process that happens in a single day. Your passions may change throughout your whole life. That’s okay. You need to create a personal vision statement which includes what you want to accomplish in your life both personally and professionally. It guides you like a compass that indicates direction when you must make important decisions. Your personal vision statement can guide you on low to find your true passions. Your personal values are the things you regard as important for underlining the way you work and live. Your values determine your personal goals and priorities, and they act as an indicator of whether your life and career path are turning out the way you want them to. Once you have found your passions, look at the opportunities available. It's time to make the most of the career opportunities around you. Armed with your newfound knowledge you will be much better equipped to spot opportunities and turn them into real value. It’s a reality that not every passion will lead to financial or even personal satisfaction within the workplace. For this reason, it's important to do a viability check before jumping right in and trying to make a living from those things you have and enjoy the most. Find the core aspects of your passion such as problem solving that carry into a work opportunity. Or look for new passions within the work you do. If you want to leave your job to pursue your passion, do it the right way. It is important to apply your mind to what you want from your dream job. Then draw a comparison between your current job and your career deals, have a solid plan and ultimately build the bridge to cross the gap. Seek guidance from a coach is vital when turning your passions into a fulfilling career. The bottom line is knowing how to find your passion and living a fulfilling life comes down to knowing and doing what you really love. There is much to be said for putting in the time and effort to discover what your passions are and then stepping out of your comfort zone to put your newfound knowledge into action. Working in an unfulfilling career can cause you to make adaptations to your behaviors and belief systems that can impact confidence and self-esteem. Two things you need to make smart decisions for yourself. Strip away the false and negative belief systems and get to the truth. That’s where your passion lies.
Remember skills can be learned, but your passion is a part of who you are. The reality is you can do whatever you want to do and set your mind to do. It may take some work to reveal what you are. The reality is you can do whatever you want to do and set your mind to do. It may take some work to reveal what you are truly meant to do but if loving your career is important to you, your efforts will be a valuable investment in your future happiness. You really can make a career out of the things you love – that’s what finding your passion is all about.
Why be a follower when you can be a leader? Live your passion, follow your dreams.