Follow the Passion But Sensibly

"Bitter Truth" the people who talk about dream and passion; are not aware your dream and passion. There are many misconceptions in this world. When your dream is fulfilled you come to know that it was not your passion or at least not what you want. For hobby, passion is OK but life is different. Dream job is only dreams, not in reality. Some people have much more expectation from their dream jobs. They miss other good opportunities in which they can develop their passion. It's not necessary that your profession and job satisfy you in your happiness. Some avail / chase opportunity and enjoy. Great majority (fake) Society name few professions (good career) and there is a big line of candidates for few vacancies. On the other side many employers are looking for good skilled expertise (skill gap). When people follow their passion and miss many opportunities which don't exist in their point of view. They never paid attention to those opportunities. Sometimes you find some talent in your nature and genes and it works for you. Sometimes you need to learn more skills. Recognizing right Passion and using it in right direction; this matching is important, and then following the passion with full spirit. Never follow your passion, but always bring it with you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW1s307zNSo

“When people follow their passion, they miss out on all kinds of opportunities they didn’t even know existed.” One explained his success by saying, “I looked around to see where everyone else was headed, and then I went the opposite way.” For one following his grandfather's footsteps didn't worked for him and he became a handyman. He invested himself in classes and workshops, but found that his talents lay elsewhere. Staying the course only makes sense if you're headed in a sensible right direction.
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/mike-rowe-gives-grad-advice_us_57597c03e4b0e39a28acb092


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