It is not an easy task to choose what you will be doing for the rest of the life. Few people get it right the first time around. They thrust themselves into careers and end up leaving the position before they can get any gratification. It is common knowledge that doing something you are passionate about will yield great results for you life and the business. If you are in school, or even a recent graduate, you probably have encountered the “what do you want to do” question. If you have yet to find an answer that pleases you Brazen Careerist has a solution. Here’s what you can do to find out what you will do when you grow up.
Problem #1: You Don’t Have Enough Information
There are literally thousands of careers out there—some of which could be at the perfect junction of what you’re good at, what you love and what’s in demand. It’s amazing how many successful people didn’t know their dream job even existed when they were younger.
To combat this problem, try this: devote one hour every day for a week (or heck, a month!) on pure research. Check out career exploration sites, top job lists, your favorite blogs or even a new section of the newspaper. Your mission? Write down any and every job that catches your eye.
This minimal routine will skyrocket your list of career ideas.
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