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In this paper, you will learn about the best ways to find your passion in life. If you have no idea about Screen Shot 2017-10-31 at 19.28.09what you want to do in life, these recommendations will help you.

Legends of the technology world – Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, the most successful investor of the 20th century – Lauren Buffett, the greatest basketball player of all time – Michael Jordan – all these outstanding people had one thing in common – passion.

Passion is important because it forces you to go forward, try again and again, and finally achieve success. Passion allows you to find your calling in life, and this is the greatest gift that you can have. Passion is the source of your life. It’s not just what you do in your spare time, it’s what gives meaning to everything, and sometimes it is the meaning of life. Finding and understanding your passion and your calling is a very important stage in life. But many people do not know what their calling is.

Five Methods to Find Your Calling in Life

1) Find Out What Books Interest You the Most

This is the easiest way to get to know your real passion. Go to the nearest bookstore and head off into the sea of books. Forget about work, meetings, and plans, leave all your problems for a while. You are here to know yourself. Relax and let your instincts lead you to what is most interesting to you.

If you realize that for several hours you have been looking at some particular section of the books and lost track of time, then you, most likely, have found a theme that is the most important for you.

This method is good to understand what your passion is, but it is not enough. Therefore, write down the 5  categories of books or book sections, where you spent most of your time in a bookstore. Then compare this list to the list that appeared after completing steps 2 and 3, and then make the most correct conclusion.

2) Look at the Books You Bought

Usually, you have two reasons to buy a book – either because of the need (for example, for professional development or study), or because you want to learn more about something specific.

Look through all the books you have ever bought. If you have a lot of books on a specific topic, probably, this is your calling in life.

You need to get all the books that you have ever bought and write down 5 topics, on which you have the most of the books, for example, self-education, investment, etc. You can compare this list with the previous one to clarify some directions. You can find out more about this method on .

3) See What You Do Online

Looking closely at what you are doing while on the internet may help you understand your calling.

Pay attention to the most visited sites, blogs, and forums for the last week. Look at what interests you on YouTube or social networks. Then, again write down 5 categories of sites that you visit the most.

4) Look for Your Calling in Your Strong Character Traits

Aristotle said that you are what you constantly do. You are good in a certain activity only because you constantly do this. You do something very often because this is your real calling.

Your strength in something comes after long hours of doing this and that what motivates you to do this is your passion. Ask your closest friends what you are most passionate about. You may be surprised when they say that they love you for your talent or ability, which you would never have thought of.

5) Answer These Four Questions

A) What do you like to talk about? It’s part of human nature to talk about what you love or what you are most interested in. If you realize that you constantly speak about something specific, then, most likely, this is your passion in life.

B) What do you do for free? If you’re ready to do something for free, without getting any benefits or something in return, then for sure, it just gives you pleasure. This is your calling.

C) What does make you forget about time? If you do something that you don’t like at all, you will periodically look at the clock. On the other hand, you often feel that time goes by too fast when you are engaged in something interesting.

D) If today was the last day of your life, how would you spend it? This may be the main question. If you knew that you have only one day left, then most likely you would choose to do what you like most in life.

If you answer these questions, you will be able to determine almost unmistakably your passion and your calling in life.