Sharon Que and Clarissa De L a Paz show you how you can make these two seem­ingly op­pos­ing ideals work.

Cosmopolitan (Philippines) - - You, You, You -

COS­MOPOLI­TAN

Let’s all agree on some­thing first—

we are all born with a pas­sion and a burn­ing de­sire to do some­thing, some­thing that ex­cites us and gives us a nat­u­ral high. Whether it’s a per­sonal in­ter­est or a hobby, there is al­ways some­thing we are will­ing to do for free. The good news is, we can also make money out of our pas­sions.

You can be­gin earn­ing money right now. You can do it ei­ther full time or part-time. Some jump into it full time, ei­ther start­ing a busi­ness fo­cused on it or find­ing a job in­volv­ing their pas­sion. Some work it in from the side­lines. One friend built a home-based bak­ing busi­ness that even­tu­ally led to her put­ting up her own mac­aron cafe when she saw the de­mand. Another friend wanted to put up her own school, so she first got a job as an ele­men­tary teacher, learned the ropes, then fi­nally put up a pre-school of her own.

JULY 2016

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