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Fuel your passion

You may love playing the piano, but that doesn’t mean you’ll always enjoy practicing your scales.

You may love the game of basketball, but that doesn’t mean it will always be fun to work on your free throws.

You may love writing, but that doesn’t mean it will always feel good to edit your material.

You may love your significant other, but that doesn’t mean it will always feel convenient to meet their needs.

You may love your kids, but that doesn’t mean you’ll always feel excited to get out of bed when they cry at 2am.

Doing what you love still requires the determination to create your own bliss and the committment to manufacture inspiration through the sheer power of will.

Finding and following your passion is only half the equation. The other half is learning how to fuel your passion when the initial flame starts to diminish.

T.K. Coleman

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