What is my passion? One of mine is learning about memory and brain function and sharing the information. You likely know what your passions are but don’t know how to pursue them or just don’t have time. If you don’t know what they are yet, I can help you find them.
If you’re not in a job that you’re passionate about, you are probably looking for other paths. One of the keys to happiness is to pursue your passion and it’s a bonus if you can make a living from it! Imagine doing what you love and getting paid for it! It is very possible in 2020.
Even your health depends on having a purpose. Neurologist Dr. Majid Fotuhi (2018) says that having a purpose in life helps your brain health.
There are so many paths to doing what you love. Once you know your options, it’s just a decision away.
Your interests hold the key to your passions. What you care about holds more keys to your passions. Sharing these with others helps you learn more and grow your passion. But honing in on one or two might help you focus on what’s really important to you.
I separated some ideas into four broad categories to think about.
What is your passion? Here are some thoughts…
Self and Others:
- Vegan or vegetarian principles
- Stocks and investing
- Specific health issues and how to deal with them
- New age therapies
- Self-improvement and self-development
- Law of attraction
Do you love learning? Do you care about others? Teaching others what you know? Making money? If so, how do you want to spend that money? That should be a hint.
- Vehicle electronics and gadgets
- Sound systems
- Peripheral equipment
- Repair of electronics
- Home and kitchen gadgets
- Security systems
- Game systems
- Game system accessories
- Wine or beer making
- Interior design and decorating
- Have an idea for an invention?
- Making your own clothes
- Knitting and crochet designs
- Art, creating or collecting
- Graphic Art
- Want to write a book?
- Growing your own food
- Flower or herb gardening
- Natural remedies
- Environmental issues and the earth
- Animal Rights
- Nurturing your pets
- Energy conservation
- Reducing our carbon footprint
- Politics (careful here)
That’s a very short list of possibilities but hopefully, it got you thinking of your passions. Any of these (and more!) can be turned into a business online. If you have more to add to the list, please put them in the Comments section.
You don’t have to know everything about it already. You can learn and share with others as you go along. But as soon as you start delving in, you’ll start becoming an expert.
What Can I Do With It?
I’m going to show you how to turn your passion into a business, online or offline. There are 4 billion people online in the world in 2020. Even if you just make a small dent in this number, you can make a good living online.
There are ways that are easier than you think for even a non-technical person to build a blog or website. I’m not kidding! I know people in their 80s who are very successful online and people as young as 17 doing the same.
Stay with me. Read more on the how-to’s and I’ll give you some options so you can start down the path to pursuing your passion.
It’s actually easy and doesn’t need to cost you an arm and a leg to get started. But it does take work. Doing what you love sure doesn’t seem like work, though, right?
You have options! I will provide some resources here and suggestions and articles on how all this works to make it easier for you and know that you aren’t alone in the quest for your passion.
If you have any comments or questions, please leave them below and I’ll be sure to answer as quickly as possible.
8 thoughts on “What Is My Passion? [Discover It Now for a Fuller Life]”
Hello Paula, passion discovered right on time has great capabilities and potentials of giving us early satisfaction. My passion on the list is number four. I am a die hard fan of music. As a matter of fact and by the grace of God, I have written some amazing and lovely songs yet to be released. Music is what gives me joy; I feel it’s God’s purpose for my life. I also love tech, photography, cooking and some other stuffs too.
Truly exciting that I can make a living off my passion. This is what I’d do and I am fully prepared to take off the task because it will help me develop myself more and more and would also pay me in monetary value.
That’s great you create music. It’s a tough one but if you’re good, you can get started. I like your other passions too.
What an inspiring post! I am glad that we come to this age where technology can help us do what we love. The way that we grew up and had to follow certain career path is slowly disappearing! I wish I stood my ground and told my parents that I wanted to be a professional gamer! I think we can truly turned anything that we love into the business that makes money.
lol.. well you could still build a website around gaming. Thanks for reading and your comments.
Many thanks to you for sharing such a beautiful article with us and I have learned about a new chapter in life through your article. You mentioned that every person in your life needs to have a Passion and I have a Passion of my own. I’m a computer graphics designer and I love designing graphics. As a kid I loved designing graphics and I never thought I’d take it as a career in my life. And I’m currently a professional graphics designer and I’m a very successful. Graphics design was once my passion but now it has become my profession. And I totally agree with you because I think every person needs to have a passion in his life, I hope that after reading your article, many will know about it and they will enjoy life in a beautiful way.
That’s awesome you can do what you love in your work. Not everyone gets that chance. Thanks for commenting.
I liked when you pointed out that it does take work down the road to achieve maximum success. Anyone, absolutely anyone can make money online considering the billions of people finding solutions to their problems on the Internet.
One can really take advantage of this by creating a business around their passion and make a good steady income from it. Discovering your passion is the very first thing anyone will consider, and you’ve already given a list of several ideas. Nice article.
Thanks so much for reading and responding. I’m glad you found it useful. 🙂