Look inward to find your passions

11/6/2011 | RefreshLeadership.com

People often mistakenly try to seek out their passion when they actually already have a skill or interest that they gravitate toward, James Price writes. Consider what topics your conversations typically veer toward and analyze your hobbies to uncover your passion, Price advises. Once you figure it out, don't quit your job to pursue it. Instead, incorporate it into the one you already have.

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