Childhood passion as career compass

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Many successful creatives find their professional niche by reigniting childhood passions. Here’s five reasons why it’s worth a try

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Most of us know creative souls who strayed far from their early loves – drawing, crafting, making with whatever was to hand – and languished for years in ill-fitting jobs before finding professional satisfaction by returning to their creative roots. Why are we such natural pleasure seekers as kids and so wary as adults of using this instinct to guide our careers?

Kath Dolan

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