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How to find your passions?

Find a passion is the phrase that we always hear others suggest but defining […]
How to find your passions?

Find a passion is the phrase that we always hear others suggest but defining your real passion can be challenging and time-consuming. It requires you to regularly self-reflect and take action to find tasks and industries that make you feel excited. Find the following four steps to identify your passion:

1. Explore high points in your day
Taking notes of both seemingly significant and insignificant high points in both your life and work allows you to collect details related to your career for future assessment, and to know yourself better.

2. Know where you consume your resources
Time and money, the two essential resources in your life, are meaningful to you. They will help find your passion if you pay attention to how they are consumed and if you find the hidden theme of your consumed items.
They could be any of your consumptions, for example, the movie you have watched, the topics you taught or talked about with others, and so on.

3. Think about your strengths
It could either be a hard or soft skill you have been cultivating or a natural one that makes you feel confident and motivated when completing specific tasks.

4. Examine the details
As you have gathered enough information on your record, you might also deeply consider some internal logic behind the scenes to figure out what motivates you. And this will help you to have a narrowed selection among jobs and industries and help you find job opportunities that align with your interests.

Source: Indeed

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