After you have found your passion, it’s time to take action.
This means living your passion. This means setting aside time everyday to work on what you love.
This time will do you wonders. As you do what you love, you will find great enjoyment (I know I have), and you will improve in your craft.
The teenage years are a perfect time to get good at something that matters to you. And this ability may be just what you need to form your path.
But a teenages’s life can be hectic. So how does one find time to live your passion?
When you do less things, you have more time to live your passion. So simplifying isn’t about sacrificing but making room for the important stuff.
So how does a teenager simplify? Everyone’s different, but the most common usage of time involves activities such as clubs.
This means that you might have to quit things you enjoy to focus on things you enjoy more. You have to analyze your life and determine what is and what isn’t worth your time.
If you are truly passionate about something, you will want to spend a lot of your time doing it. So besides simplifying, you should also create time to do what you love.
This may mean waking up early or sacrificing time that you used to spend watching TV or playing videogames.
It is worth it in the end, as your passion provides value that other activities can’t.