I wanted to find something that I was passionate about: the kind of job where I would have a huge smile on my face when I talked about it, or I couldn’t wait to get to work.
I wanted a job that made me really, and I do mean really happy.
This of course is easier said than done, because the way I see it, it’s a 2 part challenge:
1. Finding your passion
2. Making your passion your livelihood
For the past few weeks, during the DreamCatchers Project I have written about young entrepreneurs.
At the beginning of this project all I wanted to do was something positive. I wanted to show that the younger generation on the island of Curacao is actively working towards their dreams, and I hoped that while showcasing them I would inspire others doing the same to keep moving forward. I also hoped that those scared of starting would get the courage they needed.