What is your passion?
What is your passion? I asked this to people all the time. I always felt I had passion and I knew what I wanted to do in my life when I woke up in the morning I knew I was doing what I thought I should be doing. Or so I thought.I have been searching (lost) over the last few years for that one thing that I should be doing that I would be comfortable defining me and calling my passion. (photography business, video production business, drone business, starting a wedding event and kind of a farm while working in nature, looking after bees, to list a few) seemingly very random I know but all the while I thought I had found my passion each day doing these things. And each time I was defining myself my doing these and that because I looked after bees it must mean I have a passion for being a beekeeper, does that mean I should do beekeeping as my job? Over the last few weeks, I have come to see that passion is not the goal, its the result. Its the result of doing things I get excited about doing and feel the world needs more of. What I have seen for me is that all those things although they seem random, are linked. Why have I done all those seemingly random things? What I have seen is that my "passion" what I love is an environment in which, new ideas are explored, new things are created and experienced, talked about and discovered. And where risks are taken to better ourselves and to benefit others. And if I can do all these things in a healthier more sustainable and responsible way. What I am doing and the ways in which I do that is not the important part. I do need to focus and put that energy and time into specific things to achieve that purpose but it doesn't mean the way in which I do it won't change over time. After seeing this (it has taken a long time) I feel much more free in my life to choose different things and skill sets and be willing to say I don't have to pick something for life that I have to do forever. I also can do these things anywhere in the world I know there are many others that feel those same elements of excitement as I do. What I do does not define me, but why I do it does.