I have been asking myself this question since last year. What Is My Passion? Since everybody has passions. I should have one as well right?
Seriously, I didn’t know what I really want to do. To the extent, I have been asking God, Why I was brought to this world. How can I survive in this selfish and complicated world without knowing my own direction?
After long thinking and searching, I realise, to be able to find my Passion, First thing, I need to search for MYSELF. I took a lot of classes in order to discover myself. I have taken Marketing Advertising Research, Graphic Design and Digital Marketing (most of them is part-time courses for professional). Currently, I have taken Web Design course from CodesTrust. I seriously wanted to discover myself. I feel so lost and demotivated by not knowing what I want to pursue.
I was reading the article from Entrepreneur about How Smart People Work Less and Get More Done. One of the points highlighted that when you pursue something you are passionate about, it will release stress and it will open your minds to a new way of thinking. The worst part is I don’t even know who I am. What I want. What is the purpose I am living in this world? If I not able to find out Who I Am, I pretty sure, I will not be able to find my own Passion.
I have been doing a lot of research about “Finding Ownself”. I found a video clip about Ed Sheeran. He mentioned that he is a very weird child. He is a person who doesn’t know how to express in a right way. He went thru few therapies but it doesn’t work. He emphasize that to “Be Yourself”. Do not try to be another person. Being yourself is the coolest thing ever, and YOU are one and the only one. I love the ending sentence the most EMBRACE WHO YOU ARE.
So I have to be gratitude that God created me and allow me to come to this world. He has given me this chance to explore myself and my task is to discover myself. I should never give up and to work harder. I will love to receive some feedbacks for self-Discovery from others as well.
Thanks a lot for your patient.