But it’s the story that the world has sold you — that finding your passion is easy, a copy-and-paste formula, and that you probablyyyy should have done it already.
I put quotes on “find” because using the word “find” implies that your passion already exists; you just need to find it. For most people I speak to, this line of thinking doesn’t lead to energized, directed action. It leads to a feeling of discouragement (“Why haven’t I found it yet?”) or even entitlement (“The world should have presented it to me by now,” though usually stated in more subtle words.)
And — almost worst of all — people think they’re alone in not having a passion. At every age and with every gender, people are convinced that they’re the only ones struggling with “finding” their passion.
Lastly, we’ve been fed a story about passion. ← See that? Singular. What if your passion isn’t singular; it’s vast and innumerable?
So, what do I recommend? I do actually have an 8-step process for you, but know it’s not easy and it requires you to customize it for your life.
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