On Following your Heart and Passions

It’s been a few months since Steve Jobs passed, but his words still resonate deeply with us and inform what we do every day at Vayable. So many people opt out of doing what they’re passionate about in favor of a career that provides more stability and follows a set path. There are so many things like food, art, and humanities that are difficult to monetize in mainstream society.

The sharing economy is the quiet revolution against established systems and ways of doing things. In working on Vayable, we hope to turn passion into the source of stability in life. The other day, one of our guides told us that he’s getting closer and closer to quitting his night job and focusing on his love for food and bridging cultures.

People will no longer be afraid to live their passions, and we will be able to be our true selves. There are too many mediocre things in life. Love should not be one of them. “Work is love made visible.” – Kahlil

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