More on Your Passion
People who are into research on passion, often come up with ideas that appear to be contradictory. Some say that following your passion does not necessarily lead to happiness. Seems like your search for the best home business is in jeopardy. However, such claims are just opinions, and not backed by research. Granted that they are expert opinions but still, they are just opinions.
After reading through these write-ups I got the sense that the arguments center on – trying to find and to follow your passion doesn’t lead to happiness. It’s like chasing after rainbows. It’s like saying that it probably doesn’t exist.
On the other hand, the mainstream thought (which are backed by research actually) on passion as the driving force behind success and happiness is focused on actively working on getting involved in your passion.
One argument says –“actively searching for your passion and following it is futile,” and the other says, “working actively on, and getting involved in your passion can lead to a sense of fulfillment and success.” As you can see, there is no ground for argument because one side is still searching and the other already has one.
Giving Up on Finding Your Passion?