A few times, I have been asked a question like, “But what if I haven’t found my true passion?”
It’s dangerous to think in terms of “passion” and “purpose” because they sound like such huge overwhelming things.
If you think love needs to look like “Romeo and Juliet”, you will overlook a great relationship that grows slowly.
If you think you have not found your passion yet, you are probably expecting it to be overwhelming.
Instead, just notice what excites you and what scares you on a small moment-to-moment level.
If you find yourself diving into a book about Photoshop and playing around with the program for hours, go for it. Dive in deeper. Maybe that’s your new calling.
If you keep thinking about something like putting on a huge conference or being a Hollywood screenwriter and you find the idea terrifies but intrigues you, it’s probably a worthy endeavor for you.
You grow by doing what excites you and what scares you.
For me, entrepreneurship was just a curiosity, writing was just a little hobby: that little hobby that kept me up until 2 am every night, conceptualising ideas and experimenting. It just grew from there.