Everyone has a passion, right? Some of us have lots of passions. Nelson Mandela’s passions were about freedom and equality. Albert Einstein’s passions were about curiosity and science. Julia Child was passionate about food. Elvis’ passion was music.
So what’s your passion? And what are you doing about it? Plenty of people are out there offering advice:
- The 10 Reasons You Should Follow Your Passion And Not The Money
- “Follow Your Passion” is Crappy Advice
- 3 Reasons Following Your Passion Will Send You To The Poorhouse
As a mother of two college students, the question of whether to follow your passion during the critical years of higher education is front and center at my house. What advice should I give my children? What advice did my parents give me? Did I follow it? What were the consequences? While I try to get some answers together for another post, give me your advice and wisdom on Facebook or in the comments section below.
Doesn’t everyone deserve to follow their passion at some point in life?
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