They say that if you choose a job you love, you'll never work a day in your life. But how do you know you'll love a job before you do it? Worse, what if you take years working toward that job, only to find out that – oops! — you actually kind of hate it? This mode of thinking is all wrong, according to Stanford researchers. They've released a new study showing that finding your passion is harmful. Instead, it's all about developing your interests.
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Don't Find, Foster
Written by Ashley Hamer July 9, 2018
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