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How do I rewarded for learning about my interests?

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Fred’s Answer

Well, many folk would say that the learning IS the reward.

This is a basic economics question. People exchange stuff when both parties feel they are getting something back of equal (or greater) value. So, to get some kind of reward, you have to find someone who believes that you learning about your interests is something that is of value to them. That seems unlikely, but certainly not impossible.

Now, once you have learned about something, THEN you my be able to provide something of value. If your interests include computer programming, or drawing portraits, or welding, you can use that knowledge/skill to provide something that IS of value to others. But again, both parties have to agree on the value. You may feel your portraits are worth $100, but if the subject only feels it's worth $20, then no exchange will happen.
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