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The Truth About Finding a Satisfying Career

Why linking your work to your interests can do more harm than good

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You hear it everywhere. It’s on graduation cards, in motivational speeches, and practically wallpapers the halls of Silicon Valley: “Find your passion.” As if each of us was born with one ideal pursuit that will fulfill us until our final day on Earth. All we need to do is locate…




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