How to find time for passion

Not everyone is lucky to have the kind of career or profession that summarizes our passions, interests, personal spirit, and skill set all in one package—allowing us to exercise them simultaneously.

During the last few years, you may have met or interacted with people and realized that more and more people have been able to make a career out of their passions and interests. This move is impelled by a blend of availability through innovation and individuals being sufficiently valiant to pick individual bliss over what they believe they should do.

Find ways to bring passion along with whatever you do

If your passion is to travel but your work keeps you in a cubicle all day then you are surely doing something wrong. It is a high time you should look at it and make important changes in your daily routine and get into something which can help you keep travelling which in turn will keep you motivated and encouraged.

(a)  Think about it – It is very important to analyse and judge whatever you are doing. Is it worth it and keeps you motivated? If No, then it is a high time for you to think about it and find something which can replace whatever you are doing and it must be aligned to your hobbies and interests. Don’t hesitate to look for every possible and weird option and interest. Every person is unique and has his own area of interests.

(b)  Manage your time – You may believe that it takes a particular kind of individual to have the option to pull that off, yet in all actuality, everybody has a fair chance to put on the seemingly off chance of grabbing the opportunity of doing it.

Time management is your best buddy when it comes to keeping the energy levels high and pursuing your passion. Pause for a minute to evaluate how long it takes you to carry out every responsibility during the day. Give it a thought, be honest and think wisely. For a few days observe your routine starting from leaving your bed in the morning and hitting it again at night, record time for every activity for an extensive view.

(c)    Make a To Do List – A to-do list is most important and really effective for making sure you make time for your passions and hobbies. There’s a clashing assessment about this, with certain camps thinking plans for the day upset being “at the time,” yet for me having a daily agenda—that is adaptable and alterable—keeps me on task and zeroed in on accomplishing my objectives. I am never without a scratch pad or notebook or my dairy. This is the most important part of finding time for your passion. Also prioritize your work so that you don’t miss out on important agendas for the day.

(d)   Dedicate time to your passion – If we pay enough attention to our gut feeling and listen to our inner thought process, we can hear it speaking loud and clear. However, passionate chases take time to develop and build within you, Don’t push yourself much up for this just for the sake; instead, focus on pursuing the passion that is truly yours. It’s completely true that, in the event that you tune in for it, it will speak; and in the event that you support that energy and passion, it will develop.    


Subrat Saurabh

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Book Review – The Revolutionary : Ram Prasad Bismil

Book Name – The Revolutionary : Ram Prasad Bismil’s Auto Biography from the Death Row

Author – Saket Suryesh

Pages – 118

Let me start from my favourite couplet from the book

“Voh Phool Chadhate hain, turbat bhi dabi jaati,

Maashooq ke thode se bhi, ahsaan bahut hai”

This book is not a work of fiction; it is a pure valley of knowledge and nationalism. You get a chance to live, understand and feel the journey and struggle of Saheed Ram Prasad Bismil. We can feel the emotions with the most appropriate words chosen by the author which keep you engaged till the end. It also portrays how Bismil and other freedom fighters want us to make our India better and great. It makes you question yourself if we have really made it great as he has clearly mentioned the after effect of entering politics in modern India.

Kakori train Robbery was very expressive and the hindi couplet within the chapters at some places are beautifully written and positioned.

If you are planning to get a copy of book which can tell them about our freedom fighters then this is the one.

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Book Review – A Friend Like Karna

Title: A Friend Like Karna

Author: Madhav Thapar

Pages: 182

Published in :2017

Publisher: Notion Press

Inspired by the heroic and legendary Karna, this book is a contemporary dramatic novel set against the backdrop of modern Corporate India. Thrills, suspense and a tender underlying love story ensure that the book moves at a very fast pace and keeps the reader engaged right until the unpredictable end.

The characterization is sharp and vivid with each actor playing a significant role in the evolution of the story. You will recognize many of the locales, names and references to the glamour word, and on the dark side, the Mafia, which ensures that the reader establishes an immediate connect with the plot. An important aspect is that even though it is an action filled book with a strong alpha male at the center of the plot, the female characters emerge as equally strong and admirable and are extremely important to the story.

The narrative itself is in a unique mix of first person and third person story-telling and shifts effortlessly across locations and time lines. Each sub plot of significance is brought to a logical conclusion and is cleverly inter weaved to be a part of the main story line.

Some of my favorite lines from the book which create enough curiosity and suspense are:

“Two wise men, one common problem, different conclusions. As the two stalwarts procrastinate, the wheels of fate continue to spin on relentlessly….”

“Crime only pauses, it never ceases”

“A few hours later a call is placed to Karachi on a burner phone. The recipient: one of the most wanted men in the world, but also someone who does not officially exist in the country he lives in.”

It is a book best read in one sitting and indeed it is hard to put down. As it progresses from scene to scene, frame by frame, there is always the burning question in the readers mind:  “So, what will happen next?”

The Prologue and Epilogue are the two bookends of the entire narration, with the conclusion of the theme coming in the very last lines.

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