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The passion trap

 Today I looked at interesting video on designing your life.

One of the interesting idea about the misconceptions when designing your life is that we need to be passionate.

I love what I do, but it is very hard to be passionate all the time. One amazing quote I listen to was "Wanting what you get, instead of getting what you want".

Many people are afraid to make the next step just because they could be disappointed.

Today's society is extremely passive. We are waiting for good things to happen and we are fearful when they don't.

But this is the passion trap.

We need to learn to let go of the high expectations and follow our vision. However, we must also check regularly if we are on the right track or not.

The rest is to work hard and have habits to support what you want to do. Passion is just optional.


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