Many times I am asked the question, "How do I find my passion?"
It is counterproductive to think in terms of "passion" because it sounds so daunting and more complicated than it really is.
If you feel you haven't found your passion, you're probably expecting it to fall out of the sky.
This rarely happens.
Rather, take note of what excites you or even scares you a bit.
If you find yourself spending hours playing guitar, pursue it further. Perhaps that is your new calling.
If you keep dreaming about being your own boss and the idea of going out on your own scares you but interests you, it is likely worth a shot.
It is from these terrifying times where you grow the most.
We are passionate about what challenges us and what helps us grow.
For me, RingMD started as a curiosity. A curiosity that kept me up until 3am every night, experimenting and building. A curiosity to determine how to solve one of the biggest problems of our generation.
It continues to grow from there and makes me come alive.
“Don’t worry about what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” - Howard Thurman
What makes you come alive?