Are You Living Your Passion?

How many people do you know are living their passion? Many people are stuck in dead-end, boring jobs that steal their joy. If they would shift their perspective and start pursing their passion, they could use their job as a means to an end to get them to where they really want to be.

You don’t want to be dead at 30 and buried at 90, do you? If you’re passionate by nature, why not go after your desire with fervor? Don’t wait until you have the money or time because you’ll be waiting a long time. Don’t wait until you have ‘the experience’ because you’ll be waiting a long time. Don’t wait until you have that college degree because you’ll be waiting a long time. Before you know it, life will have passed you by and you’ll regret the chances you didn’t take.

It’s never too late to live your passion even if you’re not working in your passion. This is what makes people stuck. They want to be working within their passion right away but sometimes you have to take ‘baby steps’ to get there. If you enjoy graphic design, takes courses at night and begin freelancing on the side. Before you know it, your side business will grow into a full-time business and you’ll be able to quit your day job.

Life is too damn short to not do what you want to do. Keep your passion to yourself if those around you such as family and friends won’t understand why you’d want to pursue a country music career. Remember that most people are full of fear and couldn’t imagine stepping on stage in front of 20,000 fans. But you can — go for it! Good luck!


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  1. Passion is the wheel to the future. Without passion your ship glides through the night, through the rough and the nice waters, until it hits the iceberg and goes down.

    As the famous Ralph Waldo Emerson said (I think it was him), “Nothing great has ever been done without enthusiasm”

    So true.

    I am all about following my passions, so thank you very much for posting this! 🙂

    To life,
    -Gregory Elfrink