Logic Of The Day: 06.03.2018

Passion Follows Hard Work, Not The Other Way Around.
“Passion comes after you put in the hard work to become excellent at something valuable, not before. In other words, what you do for a living is much less important than how you do it.” — Cal Newport.

Once you realize you’re good at something, you’ll become passionate about it. But the reality is, getting good at something is hard. You’ll go through periods where you realize you suck. You’ll go through points where you don’t feel like working. It sucks having writer’s block and still having to write. It sucks trying to debug code for hours and you still can’t figure out what’s wrong.

That’s okay. Working hard is supposed to get boring sometimes. In fact, it’s impossible to focus on one thing for a long period of time without feeling bored at some point.

Once you get really good at what you do, you’ll see the impact you’re having. You’ll see the value you’re actually creating. You’ll feel that deep sense of accomplishment that comes after doing something that was hard, but worth it.

And that will become your passion.

~ (Excerpts From The Article 7 Best Pieces of Career Advice for People In Their 20s by Raghav Haran)

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