Every activity is worth doing and beneficial in some way or the other. Big or small, there are lots of opportunities that can be pursued passionately without money. As students, on many occasions, we tend to limit our capability with the excuse of financial constraint and undermine the need to grab something that is already available and pursue it passionately as a career. Our passion can be in varied-fields like sports, writing, photography, painting, reading, singing, etc. If we choose our passion wisely, it can be helpful to us in widening our scope in the future. But many people doubt whether if we can really pursue our passion when we have no money. Let’s debunk this stereotype!
Every well-established school, college, or university have clubs for different activities. Join your favourite club and start involving in curricular activities. One day, you will master it and it will be helpful in building your professional life. Think of one of the most prolific Indian journalists, Arnab Goswami; He transformed his college days’ passion of debate into a storming career. The next person could be you! But remember to choose your field wisely as per your passion, such that you can still love to do it through all types of challenges.
When your passion is prioritized and becomes a goal, what matter most is, how you pursue it. One of the best approaches for achieving great goals is, breaking down the goal into different levels/segments and scheduled them with a set of a specific time for achieving a particular segment. Human’s behavioural psychology in responding to actions and cognitions are complex and can be tricky as well. We tend to feel more motivated when we achieve something. So by breaking down the goal into small segments, we can keep achieving one by one and keep ourselves motivated all the time until we accomplish the goal.