Stop searching for your passion | Terri Trespicio | TEDxKC

Stop searching for your passion | Terri Trespicio | TEDxKC

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Finding your passion is something that's becoming more and more mainstream. Not doing things that you don't like and focusing on the things you love. But you have to train your mind first to even listen to your heart and discover your real passion. Most of the time passion evolves within the work you do right know and leads you to a better understanding and a new way of doing things. It's not, that we find our passion magicly one morning. It's more like a proccess that we have to take step by step also doing things, we do not love at the given moment and watch out for things to love.
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Here's what finding your passion isn't about: doing something because you feel others will approve, starting something and flaming out when it gets 'difficult', or trying things just to prove that you are successful.

Passion is about tuning into the things that energize you. Passion IS energy.

So, whether it is a person, place, or thing, I want you to start paying attention to whether something energizes you, or totally depletes you.

Do this for five days, and I guarantee your passion will reveal itself before your eyes.


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Ted Talk response "Stop searching for your passion"

Brett Rich with B. Rich Consulting offers his perspective on finding your passion as a response to Terri Trespicio's Ted Talk, Stop searching for your passion.

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Brett agrees with Terri regarding some of the problems with focusing only on your passion and trying to use your passion as the only means to make long-term life decisions. He shares some of the benefits of finding your passion and the importance of making a decision over worrying about how that decision will affect your future.

Go out and enjoy life. Get involved in a cause. Get involved in your community. Get a job. Life is so much better when you have something to work for. And it is even better when you know you are making a difference.

Find your purpose though action.

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Don't Follow Your Passion

Should you follow your passion, wherever it may take you? Should you do only what you love...or learn to love what you do? How can you identify which path to take? How about which paths to avoid? TV personality Mike Rowe, star of Dirty Jobs and Somebody's Gotta Do It, shares the dirty truth in PragerU's 2016 commencement address.
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There are only two things I can tell you today that come with absolutely no agenda. The first is “Congratulations.” The second is “Good luck.” Everything else is what I like to call, “The Dirty Truth,” which is just another way of saying, “It’s my opinion.”

And in my opinion, you have all been given some terrible advice, and that advice, is this:

Follow your passion.

Every time I watch the Oscars, I cringe when some famous movie star—trophy in hand—starts to deconstruct the secret of their success. It’s always the same thing: “Don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have what it takes, kid!”; and the ever popular, “Never give up on your dreams!”

Look, I understand the importance of persistence, and the value of encouragement, but who tells a stranger to never give up on their dreams, without even knowing what it is they’re dreaming? How can Lady Gaga possibly know where your passion will lead you?

Have these people never seen American Idol?

Year after year, thousands of aspiring American Idols show up with great expectations, only to learn that they don’t possess the skills they thought they did.

What’s really amazing though, is not their lack of talent—the world is full of people who can’t sing. It’s their genuine shock at being rejected—the incredible realization that their passion and their ability had nothing to do with each other.

Look, if we’re talking about your hobby, by all means let your passion lead you.

But when it comes to making a living, it’s easy to forget the dirty truth: just because you’re passionate about something doesn’t mean you won’t suck at it.

And just because you’ve earned a degree in your chosen field, doesn't mean you’re gonna find your “dream job.”

Dream Jobs are usually just that—dreams.

But their imaginary existence just might keep you from exploring careers that offer a legitimate chance to perform meaningful work and develop a genuine passion for the job you already have. Because here’s another Dirty Truth: your happiness on the job has very little to do with the work itself.

On Dirty Jobs, I remember a very successful septic tank cleaner, a multi-millionaire, who told me the secret to his success:

“I looked around to see where everyone else was headed,” he said, “And then I went the opposite way. Then I got good at my work. Then I began to prosper. And then one day, I realized I was passionate about other people’s crap.”

I’ve heard that same basic story from welders, plumbers, carpenters, electricians, HVAC professionals, hundreds of other skilled tradesmen who followed opportunity—not passion—and prospered as a result.

Consider the reality of the current job market.

Right now, millions of people with degrees and diplomas are out there competing for a relatively narrow set of opportunities that polite society calls “good careers.” Meanwhile, employers are struggling to fill nearly 5.8 million jobs that nobody’s trained to do. This is the skills gap, it’s real, and its cause is actually very simple: when people follow their passion, they miss out on all kinds of opportunities they didn’t even know existed.

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Many people plod along in a career they are at most lukewarm about. Perhaps they picked it when they were young or inexperienced, and it didn't prove to be all they'd hoped it would be. Now, they just survive because they don't know what else to do, and they assume falsely that It's too late for me. It's never too late to discover your passion.

The price paid for lack of passion is high indeed, especially to the worker, but also to the employer, and the consumer. Poor quality control and substandard customer service, stress, health problems, and addictions, can all result from lack of passion. Is that any way to work or to live?

So change it. Many people don't know what they want to do instead but don't let that inertia keep you stuck in an empty career. Explore your options -- talk to friends, relatives, strangers. Research career resources. Try something different. Commit time to finding the career that will light your passion for the rest of your life. The rest of your life and the people in it will thank you.

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This is my personal struggle with finding my passion. This experience showed me that we Shouldn't actually look for passion. It will find us once we learn to do something well.

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Let’s say you’re feeling unmotivated, unsure of yourself, aimless, can’t find your passion, directionless, not clear on what your purpose in life is.

You’re in good company — most people are in the same boat.

Now, there about a million things online telling you how to find your passion in life, and that’s a good thing. It’s a search worth undergoing.

I’m not going to give you a fool-proof method, or a 5-step method, nor share my passion manifesto with you today.

I’m going to give you a one-step method.

However, that one step is a doozy.

Your personal bubble is the small world you live in (we all have one), where you are the center of the universe. You are concerned with your wellbeing, with not wanting to look bad, with succeeding in life, with your personal pleasure (good food, good music, good sex, etc.).

This is the bubble we all live in most of the time, and people who say they don’t are trying to prove something.

When someone tells you you look fat, this only hurts because you’re in your personal bubble. You take that statement (a colleague who says you look fat) and believe that it’s about you, and feel the pain or embarrassment of how the statement affects you. It matters a lot, because in your bubble, what matters most is how everything affects you personally.

I’m the same way, and so is everyone else.

Some other problems caused by this personal bubble:

In our bubble, we’re concerned with our pleasure and comfort, and try not to be uncomfortable. This is why we don’t exercise, why we don’t only eat healthy food.
This fear of being uncomfortable is also why we get anxious at the thought of meeting strangers. It hampers our social lives, our love lives.
Because we don’t want to look bad, we are afraid of failing. So we don’t tackle tough things.
We procrastinate because of this fear of failing, this fear of discomfort.
When someone does or says something, we relate that event with how it affect us, and this can cause anger or pain or irritation.
We expect people to try to give us what we want, and when they don’t, we get frustrated or angry.
Actually, pretty much all our problems are caused by this bubble.

Including the difficulty in finding our life purpose. But more on that in a minute — I ask for your patience here, because this is important.


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