Why You Should Develop Your Portfolio of Passions and How to Do It

Living your life to the fullest means reaching your full potential. But how do you reach your full potential?

A good way to reach your full potential, I believe, is building your portfolio of passions.

Everyone has something they are passionate about. They might not realize it because of the busyness of their day-to-day lives, but they have passions. Moreover, I believe that everyone has multiple passions. What you should do is developing your portfolio of passions.

Let’s look at the reasons why and how to do it.

Why You Should Develop Your Portfolio of Passions

Here are some reasons why you should develop your portfolio of passions.

1. You will develop your full potential.

The keyword is here is full. It’s one thing to develop some of your potential; it’s another thing to develop your full potential.

If you want to develop your full potential, you need to pay attention to all the things you are passionate about. See them as seeds that have the potential to grow. You should identify all the seeds in you, not just one or two.

2. You will get fresh ideas.

Developing a portfolio of passions allows you to see things from different perspectives. As a result, you will be able to cross-pollinate ideas and come up with fresh ideas. You will become more creative.

3. You will have more opportunities.

Building a portfolio of passions is like having multiple doors through which opportunities can enter your life. If you have just one or two doors, you won’t get many opportunities. But if you have multiple doors, more opportunities can come your way.

4. You will reduce your risks.

In investing, diversification is the key to reducing your risks. Similarly, developing your portfolio of passions is a good way to diversify your skills and opportunities. Then it will be easier for you to adapt to changing situations.

5. You will have fun!

Last but not least, developing your portfolio of passions is a lot of fun! You do things you are passionate about, after all. You will enjoy your time.

How to Develop Your Portfolio of Passions

So how do you develop your portfolio of passions? Here are some tips.

1. Identify your passions.

First, you need to identify your passions. It may take some time, especially for your long-forgotten passions.

To do this, remember your past experiences. What are the things that made you excited? What are the things that made you feel alive?

2. Nurture your passions.

After identifying your passions, you should nurture them. Remember: they are like seeds. You should do what is necessary to make them grow.

For example, you could read books or watch educational videos related to your passions. You could also experiment and do side projects.

3. Spend more time on the promising ones.

Nurturing your multiple passions doesn’t mean giving them the same amount of attention. Instead, one or two of them might require more of your attention.

For instance, when you are building a side business based on one of your passions, you should give it more time and resources. That way you wouldn’t spread yourself too thin. But then there might come a time for you to switch to another passion.

4. Enjoy the journey.

Remember that you are building your portfolio of passions. So don’t make it a chore. Instead, remember why you are excited about them and have fun along the way!

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These are why you should develop your portfolio of passions and how to do it. Again, I believe that doing it will help you reach your full potential.

Any thoughts? Feel free to share them in the comments!

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5 Comments

  1. Mary Ng Shwu Ling
    Mary Ng Shwu Ling

    Thanks Donald for your article!

  2. This article is so insightful!

  3. Following my heart desires makes me superhuman. Always i become unstoppable!

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