While most of us opt to work for a job that we are interested in, people doing remote work are mostly doing what they really love. As they are away from home, they like to do work which is creative and suits them perfectly so that they are not bored working away from their dear ones. But chances are that there is something which all of us wanted to do but couldn’t complete. We call it a “passion project.”
A passion project can be further defined as the that one thing that you have always dreamed of and can be termed as the project that you think can introduce you in the limelight or give you extreme satisfaction and sense of achievement. If you are an architect, you may want to create that skyscraper that will soar above your city’s skyline and would become a landmark. But most passion projects will not offer you monetary benefits and that’s why many people shelve them for good.
We do learn new things on our job or while managing a business. For some of them, we need an online task management tool so that we are able to complete certain tasks with ease and with flourish. There are things that most of us can do but don’t complete. Let me offer you some 4 motivational factors so that you can satisfy that feeling that comes after doing a passion project.
- Don’t Underestimate your Capabilities
If you think that you are good enough for just the job you are currently doing, most probably you are underestimating your capabilities and power. Don’t think of a passion project that will take away your time and effort but as something that will satisfy you to no end. Of course, you will have less time to spend with your family or hang out in the social circle but think of the satisfying feeling you will have after you’ll finish that project. Amazing feeling, isn’t it? Think more about it and just do it.
- There is Nothing like a Happy Feeling
Most of us do tasks and projects that are required and we get paid for doing them. Most of the times it is written in our job description and we have no other choice but to do them even if we are not a bit happy doing it. But think about a passion project that will offer you great satisfaction and a feeling of achievement. We feel happy when we achieve something that is dear to us. So do not hesitate and go for your passion project while doing your day-to-day tasks and projects.
- Limited Time to Fulfill your Passion
It is one of the scenarios we all face all year round. We want spare time to do what we like but seldom our busy lifestyle and loads of work allow us to do our dream project. So when we finally get some time to start our passion project, we suddenly think of completing it in limited time and that’s why where we tend to dedicate more time for it than we can. You need to manage your time well in order to do your passion project alongside the projects/tasks assigned to you.
- Have a Firm Belief in your Project
If you have a firm belief in your project, that is half the job done. You won’t be able to complete your passion project if you think it is not worth the time and effort. Often we feel resistance to start or complete a task. It can be in the form of family obligations, an urgent project, severe weather, etc. But if you have a firm belief in your project, then believe me no resistance will be big enough to stop you.
I am hopeful that I have described the topic well. But if you need further guidance or have a query concerning any aspect of this blog, then feel free to contact me by using the comments section below