Recently I read a lot of Mark Manson and spoke with a lot of entrepreneurs who seemed really passionate about their callings. A VP actually left the firm to start his own company. Everyone says find your calling and pursue vigorously. But what if I am not sure what the hell I am passionate about? I think I like investing, or at least that's what I told myself throughout college and what I told my interviewers.
Any other juniors feel the same way? Money is supposedly great at the shop ( $15 bil+ megafund) but I'll always be someone else's bitch. I also feel like a large part of the reason I went into this industry and picked this firm was the reputation and because I cared about what other people thought of me.
How and typically when do people find their passions?