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Posting this because I was just wondering if there's any truth to the concept of finding your passion, the way it's presented by most self improvement gurus like Tony Robbins, Dan Pena, Eric Thomas, etc. I feel like I'm not passionate about anything. Most things to me that involve making money feel way too much like work and get tired quickly. All of my hobbies, while not destructive, like lifting weights and watching anime, are financially unproductive. Obviously I know that you have to work had to succeed, but what if there's nothing I like working hard at? I understand that if I suck at something i just need to practice it and get better. But, does a guy do if he has no passion? If most money making activities to him are, meh?
Get on the ring and get fucking smashed to pieces.
Climb the Everest.
Dive with the dolphins.
Get a hundred fucking lays.
Nobody is going to do it for you.
The only advice I can give you, if you have no passion, is to live on the fucking edge, what do you have to lose?
If you don't care about money and all that, it shouldn't be a problem.
Put yourself in the most extreme situations, you'll feel alive, and perhaps find your calling.
And fucking do it, don't come back until you have done so, otherwise, you'll just be a whiner.
GioTheEnigma87 wrote: Unfortunately, I don't have the money to do any of those things. Also, I might be mistaken but I think pushing yourself requires, alongside discipline, passion.
It takes no discipline to go on a ring and fight.
It takes no discipline to travel without money.
It takes no discipline to get laid.
It takes balls.
These things can be achieved by anyone.
You talk about discipline but you don't know what true discipline is.
25 hours of sports in a week, that's discipline.
Work in the army, that's discipline.
Studying 40 hours a week to become a doctor/lawyer/engineer, that's discipline.
Hitting the AA program, that's discipline.
Get fucking ripped, that's discipline.
Start from scratch, work 60 hours a week, to win millions, that's discipline.
What I'm telling you to do, doesn't require discipline, it's enjoying, experiencing a bit of life, that's all.
Now if you lack in the balls compartment, well no one can help you.
For real don't wallow like that in self-excuses.
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