Most of us give up doing what we love because it doesn't produce as much income as doing what we dislike.
Blessed are those whose hobby has a high income producing potential. They wake up every morning getting excited to do their job that doesn't feel like a job. Their productivity level soars with their happiness level.
Those of us who don't have an income producing hobby feel cursed by the need to toil at the rat race.
It behooves that we learn to capitalize on our unique strength, improve it, and find a way to marry it with our hobby to create values—which people are willing to pay for.