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Remember what you loved doing as a child

What hobbies did you enjoy doing before life got in the way? Would you enjoy those activities now?

Or take a new perspective: imagine that you are very old. What do you wish you had spent the last 20 to 30 years doing? 

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When you create something new, you’re inventing something to be passionate about.

If you can't imagine not doing something, it's a passion. It doesn't have to be a moneymaker. 

List the jobs or tasks that you absolutely loathe. Once you have eliminated these options, your true passion may become more clear.

  • "What subject could I read 500 books about without getting bored?"
  •  "What could I do for five years straight without getting paid?"
  •  "What would I spend my time doing if I had the complete financial abundance to do anything?"

Imagine yourself getting up early, jumping out of bed, excited about going to work. You get dressed quickly, full of enthusiasm about your day. You take those first steps out of your bedroom. 

  • Your true passion is not found overnight but is realized through a series of discoveries of small interests.
  • Try asking close friends and family what they think you should be doing with your life. 
  • Experiment with new activities, whether it's a new sport, learning a language...

According to Oliver Emberton, if you fuse your mediocre skills together, you'll find your passion.

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