Choose Your Passion!
"There are likely people you admire in life,
and there are things about them that you
would like to replicate in yourself. Go to them
if possible, and pick their brain. See how they
landed where they currently are and whether they
feel they’ve discovered their passion.
The more possibilities you find, the more likely
your chances of learning how to find your passion
in the long run. This may mean that you spend
time talking to friends and family, coworkers,
or even acquaintances in your free time."
--- Leo Babauta ---
Founder of Zen Habits
Mark Manson answers:
"Your passion is right in front of your face.
If you have to look for it, then you’re
probably not passionate about it at all.
So screw "finding" your passion."