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Time Flies when You're Doing what You Love

Time Flies when You’re Doing what You Love

Have you ever heard that you should have a career doing what you love? There are fewer more true statements in the world. When you do what you love, you reap so many more benefits than your friends who are holding down just another job to pay the bills.

Time Flies when You're Doing what You Love

Doing what you love for a living sure makes life much, much better.

Doing what you love means putting your talents and skills to work, and working in a field that interests you. It means finding a passion and then running with it. It can definitely take time to find that passion, but once you do, it can be a priceless find and opportunity.

How to Find Your Passion

Sometimes it takes trial and error to find your passion. Start by trying lots of different things that interest you. If you are still in college, you may have the luxury of taking different classes in several areas. If you aren’t in school, try doing internships in different industries or networking with professionals that work in different fields.

To find your passion, think about what you love to do when you aren’t working. When you have time to yourself, what do you like to do? Think about jobs that are related to these activities and hobbies, then consider if you can see yourself with this type of career.

The Benefits of Doing What You Love

When you are working full time, a vast majority of your week is spent on the job. Sometimes you’ll even put in over time. When you do what you love, work doesn’t seem like such a big, daunting task.

Also, doing what you love often gives you an edge as a professional. When you enjoy what you do, you are more likely to hone your skills and learn to be better at your job. You take things seriously and want each and every project to turn out exactly the way it should. These qualities make for a great employee and an attractive job candidate.

Don’t Give Up

People very rarely start their career with their dream job. It often takes years to move around an industry and find the perfect job for you. Sometimes you have to work your way up in qualifications and experience to land that job, and sometimes you just aren’t sure what that job is until you find it. The key to finding a job you love is not giving up. Keep trying different paths until you find one that excites you and one that will allow you to follow through with your passion.

When you finally find that job and career path you love, you’ll be more likely to excel at your work. Don’t give up; that job is out there!

Jill Hardy writes for, a website that connects prospective students with the online college courses that will help them prepare for a successful career.

Tim Esterdahl

Tim Esterdahl is the editor of IFCS blog. He is a married father of three and enjoys golf in his spare time.
Tim Esterdahl

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