I was listening to a podcast and the guy was talking about how do you find out what your passion is specifically, in this time of COVID and I thought this was excellent. How do you find out? And we go to our friend, the Internet, to find out. Man, I thought this was so dope. So number one, go to your Instagram if you have Instagram, then look at your Instagram, your Pinterest, your Facebook. Look at those things and what are the pictures that you're posting about? What are the topics that you're posting about? What is the content and stuff that you're sharing and what does that say about what you're pretty passionate about right now. Let that kind of tell you what you're passionate about. The things that you've really been posting about, the content you've been sharing and tell, that will tell of what you're really interested in or passionate about in this time. Another idea that he gave that thought was really good of how have you matured as far as your entrance.
So as a 12 year old, I didn't even really go and play outside because I would always get into disagreements with other kids, which was really weird but I know as a 12 year old, I always wanted to be an attorney. I always wanted to be an advocate, speaking on other people's behalf and fighting for the small guy or acts of service or something like that and that evolved into joining the military, that's complete service and helping people be the better versions of themselves. So, make a list of the things as a 12-year-old, what you like to do and how has that evolved? How has it matured? If you love sports, but you weren't necessarily. So now you're 40, you're 35 but you weren't a person that actually you're not like an athlete and that kind of way. But maybe you're an athlete in a way where you're a personal trainer or you started a gym or you write a sports blog or something like that. So how has your twelve-year-old self matured? So how has that matured or how could that mature?
What do you talk about? So maybe you're not on the Internet so much, but what do you talk about all the time? What is your grind? What is it that you find yourself reading about? And this was the last one, when you go to your Google searches, when you go to your Google searches on the Internet and you look into your history, what have you been searching? What have you been looking for? What have you been inquiring about? This is about three ways that you can really tap in and look and see how your passion has been presenting. You may not have been investing or looking or specifically like, what's my passion right now? But take a look and again, it’s the Internet for the win and you will be able to see yourself, see your passion in your history, what you've been doing and how you've been showing up on the Internet.
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