Pick Your Passion Is Bad Advice

I apologize for any confusion, but “pick your passion” is bad advice. I am big on chasing your dreams, discovering, and working on your passion. 

Pick Your Passion Is Bad Advice, JustTries

This is true. The confusion comes in when we forget a couple of other important points. We live our best lives when we find meaning in what we do. That’s it. 

It’s not because it’s a hobby versus a career. Not because you’re an employee, versus the founder. Or that it makes us rich, or allows us to meet cool people. None of that. This is why “pick your passion” is bad advice when left on it’s own.

For many of us, meaning could be found most in our day to day workplace, in being a stay at home mom, or travel, while always living off your last dollar.

Most people go about life without intention. The best thing we can do is ask questions, make decisions, and ask more questions. You will never know what brings you the most meaning until you start asking:

  • Are you working on a project that motivates you?
  • Do you engage with a group that you enjoy collaborating with?
  • Does your work, in some way(s) serve others?
  • Do you have to persevere and solve challenging problems?
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