As I said previously, you don't need to “find your passion” — you need to identify your existing passions and focus on them. Focus on what you can, know and have. Focus on the things you love doing.
You can often hear people say that you need to focus on one thing and ditch everything else. However, you are not a robot, you are a human, and you always live in ambiguity — specific pre-programmed things never could happen to you. Therefore, you need to embrace this ambiguity and organize yourself in such a way that keeps you productive and brings you joy. Isn't it the end goal that we all want — just to be happy?
There are things, however, that you probably could ditch to focus on your passions. And these are not the passions that are not as good as the most important passion you have. What you can ditch is distraction. Anything that distracts you from your passions, anything that doesn't make you happy can be avoided. Watching Netflix, playing computer games, scrolling Twitter — are these your passions? If no, then you can stop doing them in order to give more time to your passions and truly focus on them.
Focusing on your passions means avoiding everything that is not your passion. Remove distractions, not passions.