There is a lot of pressure today to be very good at one thing. Half of the pressure comes from social networks, where you have to build your presence and get attention. The other half comes from the need to create a career. It is becoming increasingly difficult to create a business of your own. However it drives people to try and become experts as well as to become visible and successful.

Joe Rogan's success comes not from being individually focused but very passionate.
His career reveals a unique and inspiring path to fulfillment by passion.

Joe was passionate about martial arts. He practiced many types of this sport throughout high school and high school. He won the "Open Championship of America" tournament in Taekwondo at the age of 19. He then became an instructor but gave up when he was 21 because he was afraid of long-term injuries. That left him without a career. He decided to pursue college, but that was not something for him and was excluded.

Where Joe saw something he didn't do, he changed direction. This is a challenge when you are alone. If you are doing something that does not suit you and is not something you want, give it up. Life is too short to devote time to something that is of no use to you.

After that, Joe tried to build a career in comedy, which he also had a passion for. This gave him a lot of financial freedom, giving him the opportunity to dedicate himself to comedy in order to become the permanent host of many clubs in the Los Angeles area. So Joe spent 10 years working as a commentator for the UFC and winning many awards. At the same time, he agreed to work on the Fear Factor.

He has opened a blog since the 2000s, in which he promotes the success he has achieved. Joe chose to try many things instead of just clinging to something. Now, it offers freedom to those who need to hear it - including me.
We have to understand that having a lot of passions is a good thing. For Joe, being afraid is not a problem. Rate each piece your own. Do all the things you love to do and don't be afraid to experiment.