Why You Haven’t Found Your Life’s Calling (and What To Do About It)

Why-You-Haven't-Found-Your-Life's-CallingFeel stuck at your job?

Then you might be familiar with a common phenomenon that many experience but few admit to: the existential gnawing that you could be doing something more with your life.

It’s the result of repeating the same, tired routine day-after-day. Your creativity is stifled. Your spirit is broken.

So what’s stopping you from changing your lifestyle? If you’re like most people, it’s the fact that you have no idea how to find your passion.

Stop Rushing

picture of clock with caption stop rushingSince starting People Passionate, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about how to be more productive with one’s time. I’m still capable of being a lazy sloth on occasion, but I’ve picked up on a number of useful productivity tips that have changed my life over the last year.

Here’s one I’ve found particularly transformative: Stop rushing.

Achieving success requires being a little crazy

achieving successThe recipe for greatness involves three ingredients: talent, skill, and effort.

Talent is a special aptitude — something you’re naturally good at.

Skill is similar to talent, except it can be cultivated. While talent gives you an advantage, honing your skill takes you to the next level.

But talent and skill are a dime a dozen. There’s no shortage of people out there who are capable of doing amazing things. But capable is overrated.

3 Reasons To Stop Fearing Your Competition and Go For It

Stop Fearing Yor CompetitionMost aspiring entrepreneurs fail before they even begin because of one particular mindset: they fear competition.

If there’s already someone else doing what they want to do, they quickly throw our hands in the air and give up.

Are you guilty of this? How many times have you thought to yourself, “It would be awesome if I could (enter great idea here)” and then toss the idea out the window once you discover someone is already doing something remotely similar.

If this is you, listen up: In order to start following through with your creative vision, you must learn to embrace competition.