I love the Aristotle quote, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."
Our lives are defined by how we spend our time, and what we choose to do each day.
But what if you aren't sure how to spend your time? What if you've been looking for something you feel passionate about, but you just haven't found it yet?
When you're in the frame of mind that everything you do feels meaningless and boring, it's even more depressing to consider Aristotle's claim. If you are what you repeatedly do, does that mean you are a meaningless and boring person?
Practicing these strategies will help you feel more engaged in life right now and create the positive mindset you need to figure out what your passion is. Also, when you're so focused on not having a passion, it's easy to lose sight of the parts of your life and career that ARE working well.
If you're already living your dream, these "passion habits" allow you to squeeze the juiciest juice from the work or pursuits you love. They keep you focused, productive, and enthusiastic about all of the amazing things you have going on in your life.