6 Fresh Ways to Find Your Passion at Work
Discover what risks work for you. The path of passion is where you do things that scare you enough, without leaving you in a constant state of fear. Expand your comfort zone, rather than leaving it.
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Passion is not something you discover.
Passions tend to be developed. It’s not just about being intense about what you’re doing but waking up week after week, month after month, year after year, wanting to think about the same thing.
One reason you may not know your passion: you haven’t given yourself the time and space to pursue it.
Reflect on how you’re using your time, and whether or not you want to be distracted by these temptations.
Most internships serve as a trial run for a job — while you’re acquiring skills and knowledge, you’re also trying to see if you want to commit.
Just like an internship, a passion is something you learn by doing. It takes experience; it takes trial and error.
Extraordinary couples are like everyone else. Except they make their love intentional.
In business, fitness, or even your hobby, you don't passively wait for things to get better. The same is true for your relationship. Don't take your partner for granted. Take action.
Most mornings, commit to spending five minutes with your partner. Think of a relationship intention, then share it. "Today, I intend to be careful with my tone of voice when I feel impatient."
Commit spending two minutes at the end of the day reviewing your progress and ways to improve it.