If you’ve read Where Is This Mysterious Thing Called Passion? Part 1, you probably left wondering exactly how you can find your passion. After all, it’s great that I was able to find mine, but big deal! You want steps that you can take to find yours.
Here’s part 2:
Having spent 2013 on the biggest IT project I’d ever tackled, installing over 3000 pieces of technology into a large hospital in Hillsboro, Oregon, it was this project that forced me to peel my psychological barriers back and bring to light my true passion.
And even though I felt this passion, I couldn’t quite verbalize what it was yet. I knew that I loved what I was doing, but I didn’t know why! I also realized that I didn’t love everything I was doing, but there were big parts of it that I did.
I love the work I do, but is this my passion?
I pondered that question for quite a few months. There was definitely something about what I was doing that I really enjoyed, but I didn’t know exactly what that was. I sat down and asked myself probably the most important question of all:
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