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“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” – Albert Einstein
Participating in the debate…
Paycheck vs. passion, does it have to be one or the other?
I wrote the following feedback:
Passion is very important in the development of an individual. If the workplace does not allow time for passionate activities, each employee should be encouraged to identify and follow his or her personal interests in their free time.
Supervisors and Managers could benefit from identifying what motivates each employee, providing the conditions necessary to make their jobs more enjoyable, while making their presence more profitable for the business.
Undetermined interests and motivations may be dangerous for both the employee and the business. Lack of satisfaction or making the wrong choices are cumulative and potential cause for troubles. Therefore, these are reasons to be concerned.
The main problem seems to be that most people are not concerned with their own passions. It takes time and dedication to study and reach conclusions. This should be one important priority, to determine what is more important, what to pursue and what to give up.