LIST YOUR PASSIONS
What drives you? what makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning? what lights you up to the point where you can’t think about, talk about, or focus on anything else ?
Put the idea of instant career success on hold– chasing your passion is not the same thing as chasing a paycheck.
If you want to learn how to find your purpose in life, you need to look for opportunities to use hard skills to fill pain points that connect to your passion.
FIND PAIN POINTS
Chances are if it matters to you, it matters to other people. The things that you are passionate about are probably things other people are carving.
Listen to the pain points of the people around you, particularly the ones you see connected to the aforementioned opportunities
LEARN NEW SKILLS
Learn and develop new skills every chance that you get, No Job, Lifestyle, or calling contains ONLY things that you live, so even getting good at things that you don’t necessarily can be quite useful
CHASE NEW EXPERIENCES
On a similar note, chase new experiences.
There’s a lot about life that you just don’t know until you know. Things about yourself, the world, and you everyday usual lets you experiment, experience, and just learn
DO HARD THINGS
Doing hard things is the only way to find out who you are or get to where you want to go.
It’s gonna suck. but man oh man, does it feel good on the other side. When something challenges you, embrace it, even if it doesn’t change your views, opinions, or person
It will make you more confident of who you are, Be okay with some hard work and uncertainty
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