Mark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Finding out is the tricky part, which is to say, it’s all very well to tell people to follow their passion, but the actual process of getting there isn’t always going to be an easy ride.
“Let your own curiosity and interests help guide you toward your passion,” says Melissa Dahl in a recent article on New York magazine. Dahl cites recent research which suggests this kind of guided journey might be the best way of actually finding your passion – but the work, as tedious or as difficult as it might seem at the time, comes first.
|Signs of Prohibition at Windsor|
|Signs of Creativity by the Bridge alongside of the Thames River around Eaton|