The first step—perhaps the most enormous step—is to find what you are genuinely interested in.
If you are genuinely interested, you will discover endless opportunities for improvement. But if you are disinterested, even obvious improvements will feel like a chore.
And, if you can maintain your genuine interest and curiosity as
the years accumulate, you will become hard to compete with because you will have skill to go with your passion. If you’re interested, you’re dangerous.
— James Clear