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30sec Tip: Don’t Be in a Rush to Find Your Passion

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30sec Tip: Don’t Be in a Rush to Find Your Passion

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    Don’t be in a rush to find your passion. If you’re unhappy at your company, or with your career, that’s a good thing. It’s a signal to yourself that you need to find something that suits you better. You have to experience the wrong relationship to know what you’re looking for in the right one.

    Have you ever wanted to live life on your own terms?

    Have you thought about going after what you truly feel called to do, but not done it?

    You’re not alone.

    We’re all in the same boat. We’re here for a reason. And what excites you is trying to pull you in the right direction.

    But so often we resist.

    We’re scared, worried, and most of all, overwhelmed.

    Going after something meaningful takes courage. The fear will never go away. And the uncertainty will always be there. Those are not bad things.

    They’re good, because they mean you’re on the right track. When you’re both excited and scared, you’re doing well.

    A Simple Guide to Find Your Passion (And Building a Business Around It)

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