Have You Found Your Passion?

Far West Capital

 

Doing what you are passionate about is one of life’s greatest feelings. Passion is what drives us each day and inspires us to go farther than ever before. However, it can be challenging to discover the things you are most passionate about. Today I wanted to share some tips for uncovering your greatest passions. Remember to stay positive throughout this journey, and look forward to embracing your newfound passion.

  1. Put Yourself Out There – Try as many things as possible and approach each new experience with an open mind. This is the best way to discover different opportunities that you might have otherwise let pass you by.
  1. Research – If you think you have found something new to try, do your research before diving in head first. Learn as much as you possibly can on the topic. Read about it, talk to experts and take any other steps necessary to get a full understanding.
  1. Reflect – What were you crazy about as a child? Revisit some of those favorite activities, hobbies or experiences and see how they make you feel. It could be as simple as rekindling an old passion.
  1. Practice Makes Perfect – No one becomes an expert overnight. Defining your passion takes time and effort. Let yourself experience the journey of following your new passion and you’ll enjoy it even more. 
  1. Don’t Let Others Affect You – Another beautiful thing about passion is how unique it is to each person. Your friends, family, and co-workers are all passionate about different things. Focus on what is right for you.

What are you passionate about? Leave a comment below.

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    Matthew Watt
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    I am passionate about financial literacy. I feel there is a shortfall in our children being taught about compounded interest, saving, budgeting and so many other important things that can teach them financial independence. Looking forward to be in a position where I can share that with as many children as possible.

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