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Instead of committing to yourself to work your passion project every day, try to give it 5 days in a week, or even fewer, for a better success rate.
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Creating a morning routine is a game-changer for your passion project.
With a clear, distraction-free mind, you can work on your passion for 30 to 60 minutes in the morning, maybe just one step of work, providing you with a great start of the day.
Various studies show that creative hobbies increase our happiness and well-being, and they can even make our work more productive.
Spending more time on something we are passionate about, unrelated to our work, boosts our confidence at our jobs.
Instead of burning the midnight oil working on your passion, you are much better off prioritizing sleep, and it can actually provide you with a productivity boost.
While we normally would allot a day or a weekend for our passion project, we end up not moving forward in spite of the time set aside.
If we can spare a few minutes to work on our passion project, in increments, we start to build something, with consistency.
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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.
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