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follow your passion

follow your passion

you don’t find your passion, your passion finds you.

the only way to attract your passion is to experiment with different things that interest you.

try different things in the areas that appeal to you. and slowly develop all the necessary skills that you can combine into your business or a project in the future.

you’ll never regret trying, but you might regret not trying.


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Most people sit in their room waiting for their purpose to come to them. They want to work on their passion, but they don’t know what it is yet.

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