Find What You Love to Do

Brian Kim refers to Steve Jobs’ commencement speech at Stanford University, stating:

"In it, he says the advice we’ve all heard a thousand times:

'You’ve got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” '- Steve Jobs

Well then, the question naturally arises, how do you find what you love to do? It’s such a big question.

What absolutely boils my blood is that we hear we should be doing what we love to do all the time, but there’s not any step by step advice out there on how to find what you love to do."

Problem solved - as Brian lays it out step by step - in How to Find What You Love to Do, observing, as to why people don't just quit the jobs they hate and do what they love:

"Two Reasons.

Reason #1: They don’t know what they love to do.

Reason #2: Fear...

Conquer indecision in Reason #1 and act, and you will most definitely conquer all fear in Reason #2...

It is extremely important to answer the question on how to find what you love to do.

You must decide what destination to steer your life in. Otherwise, you leave yourself wide open for others to direct your life, as well as at the mercy of the winds and storms of life. If you know where your destination is, the rest is easy.

You will find once you know what you want to do, all uncertainty and burden will be lifted off your shoulders and you will have clear vision as to what your journey is and that journey will truly be joyful."