This is a fantastic question! One that many of us are still trying to figure out in our adult lives. That isn't meant to be a deterrent either. All it is just a reminder that there are limitless opportunities out
there for you.
The most important thing, I believe, is to have FUN trying to figure out what those are.
Me personally...I love talking to people about how to empower themselves and find their voice. I love encouraging people, who seek out my advice, to be the very best version of themselves. This starts with discovering who they are and what makes them most joyful. This is the main reason why I finally decided to become a life coach.
Animals are another passion of mine. I have volunteered at a few local pet adoption centers because I just felt there was something I needed to do to help in that area. And no, I do not enjoy cleaning out "messy" cages. Ha-ha... but I do feel very strongly that the animals in adoption centers deserve to be in a clean environment while they await adoption. So cleaning out cages for me meant the animals would be healthier, less people would turn away if they felt good about what they saw and weren't distracted by messy / unsanitary living conditions. And boy…did it feel good to come back for my shift to find one more pet went to their forever home.
So you see, it doesn't have to be one thing. It could be one or many things. Just don't get discouraged if you discover something you thought was your passion, didn't turn out to be. There's so much to do out there. Also, it’s good to keep in mind that your passion doesn't have to be what you do for a living either; like my volunteering. Just make sure that whatever you do, have fun living your best life!
Reeya recommends the following next steps:
- Read this article below - I believe it will help you get started: The Secret to Finding Your Passion (Hint: It's Not What You Think) By Marie Forleo Read more: http://www.oprah.com/supersoulsunday/the-secret-to-finding-your-passion-hint-its-not-what-you-think_1#ixzz5OLrGFC7N