How to Find Your Passion in a Passionless World

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What are you passionate about?  No, I mean what are you die-hard, no holds barred passionate about?  Is it parenting, or environmentalism?  Is it animal rights, or motorcycles?

I am finding so much in today’s society and we have become a passionless people.  We’ve given it up for complacency and some cheap laughs.  Don’t misunderstand me, I love laughing!  My wit is razor sharp… most days.  And not on my blog for some reason.  I think it’s because typically my sense of humor comes with a healthy dose of “not-exactly-on-the-Christian-side”.

We have become a society that has extreme posture problems and a large part of it is due to staring down at our belly buttons while we do almost everything.  From walking, to talking, to eating lunch you’ll find people everywhere with an electronic device in their hand starting at the blinking and bleeping.

The latest craze is this Pokemon Go.  I’m all for something that gets you out of the house and moving, but my question to those obsessed with it (because my obsessions are different and I truly don’t understand this game), is how will it help you?  How will it help you better yourself?

Yes, full disclosure:  I have hobbies and passions that don’t do anything but bring me pleasure.  In fact, I am pretty sure I have an adult form of ADD and constantly doing something with my hands helps me to focus.  That’s one reason that I blog.  Typing 90+ WPM also helps with that.  In fact, I’m going to be bringing you one of my hobbies in a few days with some free die-cutting machine .svg files when I can get them made.

But back to the point- what passions do you have?  Will these help you in the future?  One of many passions I have is for learning.  Yes I’m Twilight Sparkle, y’all.  I LOVE books.  I admit it freely- total bibliophile!  But more than just books, did you know that there are other avenues you can learn?  It’s true!

You can take ANY MIT course for free.


Yup.  I’m actually looking into improving my theatre skills through MIT courses offered.  Now, they’re older and I don’t believe you can actually get a degree from their free courses, but they have everything from finance to fine arts!  Business to Mathematics and Medical courses!  How awesome is that?  I’m so excited about it!

Seriously this is frigging cool!  Oh, and full disclosure:  At this time, I am NOT making any money off of this blog and I can assure you that no one has paid me to post this link for MIT free online courses!  I truly love helping people and I want them to succeed in every aspect of life- that’s why I have this blog up.  If there’s something I know, I want to share it with you.

So, if you don’t know what exactly you’re passionate about, check out that link.  You never know, you may find a new passion.   You may better yourself and start a business and become a hero of your own community.  I think I’m also going to take some business management courses to help me with my Virtual Assistance.

Have a great day, and I’ll see you guys later!

One thought on “How to Find Your Passion in a Passionless World

  1. I am currently taking a bookkeeping class and will continue on to do a business management class….I am going to work on me for me.

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