'Find your passion' may not be the best advice after all. As the world becomes increasingly interdisciplinary, having diverse interests can help people make important connections across fields, such as between the Arts and Sciences. A new study suggests that one's belief about the nature of interests might prevent those insights from happening. Source 8w.
Hmm base of the explanation, I guess I am part of growth theory of interest as passion or talent need to be cultivated either way, rather than simply found within with born natural talent and nothing done to it. But I guess people with fixed theory of interest would be likely to mastering the subject they are fixed on as they are not distracted by other subject, and in my opinion it has risk of developing narrow mindedness and bias especially in discussion or opinion.