Have you ever wanted to stop doing something?
Or, worse, did you stopped doing something you once loved because you didn’t care about it anymore?
This is a usual setup when we experience a Burnout in a work environment.
When you experience a burnout you suddenly (at least for me) try to save yourself by reducing the things you do.
Not the one you need to do, just the added value you were contributing to your daily work.
And the reason is often because we stop caring about things.
Passion, therefore, is not only a synonym of what we love, but it’s more than ever shows how much deeply we care .
Passion isn’t only driven by how much we like things but it’s mainly driven by how much we care about them or their results.
If you find yourself lacking passion, ask: is there a reason why I don’t care anymore?