Find your passions. Words of advice that are helpful, but are freely thrown around so that we take them for granted. Sure, it’s easy to find your passions, but it really depends on how fickle we are, and how committed we are to the subject we are passionate about.
What happens when we stick to something? When we keep pushing for more knowledge? When we challenge ourselves to find joy in what we do after years of doing it? Something happens, we become experts. The passion goes from a fleeting fancy to something richer and more powerful, it shapes our life.
Julia Child liked cooking, but she didn’t stop there. She didn’t stop at a cooking class. She kept going. At mid-life, she found a new career, and changed a generation of home cuisine because she followed her own advice and stayed tremendously interested in her passions.
Now that’s inspiring.