So Good They Can't Ignore You by Cal Newport is an interesting and engaging analysis of the correlation between passion and work.
Newport argues that the concept of finding a job that matches your passion can actually lead to uncertainty, unhappiness and can potentially be bad advice. This book emphasises that possibilities of finding happiness and fulfilment in work that may not necessarily start out as your passion. A great read for anyone starting out in the workforce.
We’ll discuss the four rules that Newport covers in his book. The first rule controversially explains that you don’t have to follow your passion. Rule two explains how you can be so good they can’t ignore you. The third rule outlines control. Finally, the fourth rule is all about thinking small but acting big.
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