The Power of Finding Passion
For some of us, we’ve already found our passion, and the rest of us are still on the search. Passion can intertwine with a profession, or be involved with someone’s profound purpose in life. But, why is passion so important? There are so many ways to answer this, in the end, it comes down to your discovery.
Passion is motivation, to learn, to go places, and do great things.
Arising in the most unexpected places, walking through an animal shelter, and feeling the urge to do something good for them. Or it runs through your blood when you’re born, like drawing at a young age and becoming an amazing artist when you get older. The human psyche is naturally programmed to find something you love doing.
In an article called “The Art & Science of Finding Your True Passion” by Scott Barry Kaufman. A researcher in the Positive Psychology Center at Pennsylvania University states “when our brain enjoys engaging with particular material, whether it’s breakdancing moves or math theorems, the neurotransmitter dopamine gets released - increasing our energy and drive towards further activity.” We are all wired to be drawn, engaged, and committed to improving our passions. Discovering your passion through hard work and gaining an amazing set of skills that will be beneficial to you in the future such as, practice, engagement, self-discipline, and much more.
An author named Bishop T.D Jakes said “If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.” Trust the way your heart beats, follow the path to fulfillment created by what you fell in love with.