A ROAD TO FIND YOUR PASSION

Passion is a strong emotion. It is not just a passing fancy but a thing which has become a part of you. Before you can say you have a passion, you need to first find that which you are passionate about. You need to go through the series of small interests to discover what you are truly passionate about. The following are the ways to ease it.

road to passion

Have the right perspective
Think back to your childhood
Take note of things you gravitate towards
Track the things you hate
Love everything you do
Face your fears

Henceforth, your state of mind plays a key role in what you become passionate about and how you feel about a thing determines your attitude to it. It is very important to have the right perspective. Meanwhile, try to recall the things and activities that you used to love before adulthood got in the way. This can go a long way in helping you restore your love for things and even kick-start your passion. To put it in practice, take a long and hard look at what you spend most of your time or money on. These insights usually are things we are very invested in or are passionate about. So list the things or jobs that you hate. Once you list and delete these options, your true passion will eventually become clearer to you. This is the elimination method were no matter what you are doing, how tedious the task is; bring your full enthusiasm into it. Your full attention helps you to think outside the box sometimes. Attempt tasks knowing that if you decide to do it, you are going to with zeal. On the due course, there are fears connected to finding and chasing our passions. These debilitating fears are sometimes logical, and at other times, they are not. However, in most cases, they hold us back. You have to face these fears and conquer them. This would let you move to chasing your passions.

!!Think Positive. Remain Open-minded. Surround yourself with Positive People!!

Article by : PRAKALPA G

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Identifying CORE career passion can reduce the rate of suicides!

This blog is dedicated for the aftermath of examination results, as many commit suicide believing that they have lost their dream career. 

Kids are becoming efficient and evolving as stronger human beings, even before we as adults, begin to accept that their mental maturity is higher than what we expect.

In this case, why not discuss various career opportunities, which is evolving and booming and help them draw a future plan? Students will be more than willing to accept the reality when they are not stressed.

Plan A, Plan B and Plan C..!! An intricate and exhaustive plan.

For instance, if a child wants to become a doctor and the marks secured does not match, there is an alternative way.

Please do the Root Cause Analysis of any wish or desire that is born . Below is an example to do this.

Desiring to become a doctor can be derived from following logical reasons:

1. Interested in relieving fellow human beings from pain.

2. Interested in analyzing applicable drugs and combinations. Thus be a source of relief.

3. Knowing the anatomy and functions of Human body.

4. Aspiring to be a specialized surgeon (Ex: Orthopedist, Cardiologist)

5. Dedicating oneself for serving people (Not aspiring for high remuneration)

If the reason is to wear a white coat, use a stethoscope and what not, then, one should contemplate if they are serious about their aspiration.

From the above reasons, except for becoming a surgeon, many other career streams offer the possibility to make their dream come true (Ex: Pharmaceutical, psychologists, psychiatrists, genetic experts and so on). Now you can explore and plan for your passionate career. This is what we call as Plan A, B and C! The story does not end with this. One has to be ready to pursue and be mentally prepared for uncertainty.

Efforts have to be channelized in the right way. Nothing is dearer than one’s life. Emotional support can also be successful when one has a solution for the other.

Concrete planning and honest efforts taken to know oneself, can solve any problem! 🙂

Article by: SaiLakshmi K V

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