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Debating that Hobby?

Submitted by on Friday, 15 January 2010No Comment
Debating that Hobby?

Life is pretty stressful as it stands, I mean most of us have jobs and go to work, come home, hit the gym and then relax or a similar lifestyle pattern. Whatever the case I think most people would agree that their life is fairly routine and need something new and exciting to do. Ever thought about taking photography, cooking, music in some variation or even how to make that quick and simple renovation around the house? The catch though would be the time and perhaps the financial commitment? I’m sure we’ve all thought around those lines. The truth is you owe it to yourself to try something new and venture into different things. Break apart from the routine and do something that is for you in an effort to build that passion. There are several famous individuals I can think of who not only did that but started their own business and made some change on the side. Gary Fong, the inventor of the lightsphere diffuser – a devise attached to a flash that helps to manipulate the light from the flash by adding a softer tone. Gary’s background was in Pharmacology and he had several jobs in hospitals, labs etc. However, he used to take on wedding photography on the side and with some experience realized the need for this device. Out of his hobby he has created an empire with his diffuser portfolio which now enables him to run his business and continue his passion. If you never try it you wont know how much you might fall in love with something; despite whether you make a dime or lose a dime. The important thing is that you enjoy what you do and create a balance between work, family and “me” time. So my opinion is if you think you’re going to enjoy it, there is only one way to find out. Do it! Good luck

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