Top Wharton professor Adam Grant: Before you follow your passion, do this

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Top Wharton professor Adam Grant: Before you follow your passion, do this
Top Wharton professor Adam Grant: Before you follow your passion, do this

"Follow your passion" is common career advice — and who does't want to pursue what they love? But Wharton business school professor and organizational psychologist Adam Grant says it is a bit more complicated than that. "It's easy to follow your passion if you've found it," Grant says. "But a lot of people struggle to find out what they are passionate about." Someone might be passionate about reading Harry Potter books or playing soccer, for example, but "Is that a career for [them]?" says Grant...

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