When I was young, my dad gave me a red firetruck. So I wanted to be a fireman. My daughter started watching a lot of fashion related videos on youtube. Now she wants to be a fashion desgner. Now, she started reading about animals so now she wants to be a vetenarian.
Do you see a pattern here?
It seems like finding a passion turns out to be actually learning something new. Then you discover if you like it or not.
There is no such thing as discovering a passion without going deep into it.
This has NOTHING to do with university. Nothing to do with a job.
(And by the way, collecting things is not a passion. It’s called hoarding)
If you really want to have a strong passion you have to learn things on your own. And it comes down to being curious and doing it for a while, so you can actually learn the basics about it.
Only then, will it become a passion.
Only then you should decide to go to University to learn more. Only then should you decide to go into a business to make some money from it.
The world is filled with people who are sitting on their butts trying to find a passion.
It’s also filled with people who went to university or started a business or got a job doing something it turned out they did not like.
You will be much more productive if you rise up, be curious and start trying things first.