Knowing your passion and working through based on your passion are two different things. When you have passion for something, you tend to do it a lot more than other other activities.
Often people say, the majority of people state that following your passion is hard and might not lead to a fruitful profession. But in today’s time, there are numerous platforms and audiences which can benefit from your passion.
Having passion means having a purpose in life, being happy about what you do, and, most importantly, having keen knowledge and learning in the process to make it happen.
Studies claim that passionate people live a better and happier life as compared to non-passionate people.
How do you know you are truly passionate about something?
"You have to be burning with an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right. If you're not passionate enough from the start, you'll never stick it out." Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs became passionate about the tech business after developing his skills, after working in this field, then Steve Jobs became passionate about computers and what happened after that we all know.
Unless and until you do not work through it, you will always end up in the passion search.
What does it mean to be passionate about what you do?
I like to do dancing, but I don’t have time to practice, but I am truly passionate about dancing. No, that’s not called being passionate.
Passion is fiery. It does not feel like a task, you do not need to remove a particular time to do so or practice for it. Passion pushes you through difficult times and gives you the purpose and satisfaction that you’re on the right path. It motivates you to keep you going even when there is a rough time.
If you are someone who knows their passion, and even if you are someone who doesn’t know what to do and what it means to be passionate. In this article, we have noted down a few points for you to understand better.
Making it happen.
Days, weeks, months, years do not matter unless and until you do not get the desired outcome you want. Doing what you do base on your passion does not always mean seeking out a profit. The people who follow their passion just start their journey without caring much about the profitable outcome. It differs unless you want to start a career based on your passion.
Keen to learn and learn and learn.
Being passionate is not enough unless and until you also have the keenness to learn, that’s what passionate people do.
Your passion is to play football. As you will know, you are good at it unless and until you learn and develop your skills.
As you develop passion, it is also important to understand the following things,
Develop passion based on your skills
Develop your skills, gain knowledge, this will require willingness and a positive attitude towards your passion.
It does not matter if you are in your 50s.
Bubba Baker, a Pro Bowl defensive on his day off, was always cooking. After his retirement, he launched a barbecue restaurant.
There is not age or limitation about when you start following your passion.
When you are truly passionate about something, you tend to find your way through it and make it happen.
Many people drop down the idea to follow their passion and lose hope of making it happen. It does not matter when you start, unless and until you do start.
Starting from scratch will be no problem.
Starting the path is more important than judging how you’re starting it.
The majority of people say, following your passion is not easy. Yes, they are right because they are unpassionate about what they do.
It does not matter from where you’re starting; what matters is the joy and satisfaction that comes along. Even if you fail, but you will know at least you followed your passion.
You want to start your you tube channel on how to bake a cake, make an ID, and starting from zero subscribers will not be a problem to you if you are truly passionate about doing it.
Big loop of questions and answers.
The discovery, the ongoing thrill are time-consuming. Starting something based on your passion is more than an idea. The real challenges start when you have to execute them.
There come many questions such as,
Will my income be stable?
Can I risk my current work?
Is my passion worthy enough to turn into a profession?
Will my passion lead to any growth?
People who overcome these questions are the ones who are truly passionate. It is not only about following your passion and doing something but also overcome the war within yourself.
Sacrificing but still satisfied.
Willing to risk and face challenges is what a passionate person does. If you're really passionate about what you do, other things will not be as important, and you will willingly risk your inner war and come out of your comfort zone to make it happen.
Sacrificing and waiting for the opportunity is what a truly passionate person does.
Walt Disney kept establishing new companies based on his passion for drawing after many failures, and the Mickey Mouse cartoon was a major success.
It is important how to be satisfied at the same time and be motivated enough to get inspired with each risk and challenge.
Above all, having respect and the determination to make it happen is what differentiates a passionate person. This may feel over-the-top, but that is what passionate people are all about— craziness and willingness to find and do something of their own.