Press Start Leadership Podcast

6 Simple Tips for Finding Your True Passion

October 11, 2021 Press Start Leadership Season 1 Episode 41
Press Start Leadership Podcast
6 Simple Tips for Finding Your True Passion
Show Notes Transcript

On this week's episode of Press Start Leadership Podcast, we discuss:

6 Simple Tips for Finding Your True Passion

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Christopher Mifsud:

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Joey The Mad Scientist:

Hey there press starters and welcome to the press Start leadership podcast, the podcast about game changing leadership, teaching you how to get the most out of your product and development team and become the leader you were meant to be leadership coaching and training for the International game industry professional. Now let me introduce you to your host, the man the myth, the legend, Christopher Mifsud.

Christopher Mifsud:

Hey there press starters and welcome back to another awesome edition of the press Start leadership podcast. On this week's episode we're discussing what's your passion? Six simple tips to finding your true passion. Did he have passion? What a man died in ancient Greece didn't write obituaries they only asked one question. Did he have passion. Or at least that's what they said in the movie serendipity. While this may have only been movie magic, and not historical truth, it is a powerful thought. As a leader, your passion can be incredibly positive and powerful, especially if helping others to grow and succeed is your passion. Here are some tips for finding your passion. Try everything. Explore everything you'd love to do. I went to college for philosophy, religious studies and film. Then I went back to school for special effects makeup. And again for art and game design. I worked in retail sales as a fast food worker, a makeup artist, a game design producer, a project manager, Development Manager, design director and a studio manager asked to make podcasts, record videos, write blogs, and sculpt. Most of these are hobbies and jobs that I loved. I didn't love all of them instantly. But over time identified the things I enjoyed and made them a priority. Just like I've done with leadership. Be you follow your heart and go where you feel the need to go. chase your dreams. Your Path might change. But don't worry, it's not predestined what you like will change over time. Do what you know in your heart is good for you. Don't compare your journey as yours. Your friends, journeys are theirs. They are where they are and you are where you are. It's not a competition. Just like in yoga. What you do when you're on the mat is the only thing that matters. Don't let fear get in your way. Fear stops more success than failure. Don't pass up on awesome things just because you're afraid to take a chance. Like one of my mentors, Osho puts it they say think twice before you jump. I say jump first and then think as much as you want. Go within meditate on it and trust your gut, your truth can be found inside. So don't spend your time looking outward for answers and external validation. Only you can define what success looks like. And no matter what they say. It's not all about the money, money money. Others won't always understand why you do what you do. And that's okay. It's not a race, and you're not in a rush. If you're in your 20s you still don't know what your passion is. That's okay. You're in your 30s and you still don't know what your passion is. That's okay. In your 40s you still know what your passion is. That's okay. Be in your 50s Well, you get the point. Just look at Stanley, you can hit your stride at any age. Want to hear about all the things I'm passionate about? Check out my YouTube channel and more of my podcast or purchase a one on one coaching session and see my true passion and action. That's this week's episode of press Start leadership podcast. Thanks for tuning in. And as always, thanks for being awesome. Give us a follow, like, share, and even review if you feel like it. We'd really appreciate it. Cheers. If you haven't downloaded my free ebook, five heroic leadership skills, click on the link in the description. Tune in next week for your next episode of press star leadership podcast. Thank you Oh, hi, the episodes over, but thanks for sticking around till the end. Be sure to check out more episodes in the playlist and new episodes every week on Monday. Followers subscribe so you never miss an episode. Don't forget to leave a review. Thanks again for being awesome.