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Stop the conscious searching of your passion and just live passionately.
Trying to find a passion is often a fruitless exercise, though it is heavily advised in many books and articles...
Living passionately means living in the now, in the present moment.
It means not being distracted on your phone, but being engaged in what you love doing. It ...
An example of being holistically passionate in your life is the habit of constantly learning, absorbing as much as you can.
Living passionately means valuing time, not getting into 'time-suck' activities that drain your mind.
Own your time and spend it wisely on things that excite you, or fire you up....
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Individuals who pursue their passions as side-gigs and gradually ramp up are much more successful in the long run.
This is because there’s less pressure, so you can take more risks.
People with that “Go Big or Go Home” attitude tend to end up home. They get injured or burn out from doing too much, too fast, too soon.
There is no substitute for writing.
Start small. Write a good sentence, then a good paragraph. Write a lot. You might not be great from the start, but it is the road to good writing...
Writing is about thinking, researching, contemplating, outlining, composing, then maybe some typing with revisions as you go, deletions, additions, reflections, setting aside and returning afresh.
Typing is what you do in the middle of the two vast thoughtful processes.
Read good writing—Dickens or Baldwin or evolutionary biology textbooks or the Old Testament, whatever holds your attention.
Don't read something just because it is popular at the moment; otherwise, you will be like everyone else and will not be able to make a meaningful contribution.
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