Well that is awe and inspiring, and it gives us that excitement momentarily. And then it leads us to ask ourselves, what is my passion? Well there is painting, writing, singing. Hell I've got tons of passions, which one of these should I pursue. Here is the time when you have to sit down and weigh the pros and cons. If I would go for this passion, what would my career be? Would it be something I can support myself or my future family? What are the risks involve? These are the things that we have to think about, although appear tedious, we have to go through thinking about in order to really make an informed decision.
For the most part, I believe that plenty of people know about these things but don't really go through the task of listing it all down and figuring it out on paper It just sounds a lot of work, so they go through the whole thing with fingers crossed, and with a hoping heart, and unsurprisingly most times they fail.
They've put a whole thought into it, in fact most of the times they're thinking but end up having no idea on what they're doing, and again, relying on hunches and gut-feel. Bottom line here is, whether we like it or not, we have to take planned and deliberate actions to move forward. It's not that we don't like to think, we do that most of the times, especially for women, it's just that we don't have a habit of thinking constructively, wisely. We let our thoughts run like weeds in the garden. We must learn to cut all the weeds and let the fruits and vegetables grow. And once we have mastered this, we can have plenty of energy alloted properly on meaningful things.