How to Find a Career You Love

How to Find a Career You Love

Have you decided what direction you want to take after college yet? In order to make this discovery, first, you must search within yourself. There must be something special about you. Everyone has talent, but a whole lot of people still have to discover his or her strong point which should influence your choice of career.

Look deep inside of you. It might be that you are a good listener; good listeners in most cases are great chancellors. This on its own is a pointer to a career line. You might be compassionate towards people; then maybe you might consider a career as a paramedic? If you love writing, you might have a good career in the world of journalism.

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To make a head-way and in the right direction, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself. Your passion can actually lead to your choice of career, but if you answer these following questions truthfully, you will probably find out what it is exactly you can do with the rest of your life. Let us look at a few questions that will give more insight into how to find a career you love.

What Is Your Passion?

A popular American journalist once said; “Anything that gets your blood racing is worth doing.”   This brings us to the next question which is; what is your passion? What were you crazy about when you were younger? Did you know that those activities could go a long way to help you find your true passion as an adult? Maybe you could do well working with animation company where your passion for drawing and coloring could turn into a full-fledged career. To learn more about finding your passion, read the articles on this website.

What Subject Do You Read Lots Of Books About?

Now for the sake of this argument, if you find out, you can read loads and loads of books about photography it merely means photography will pass as your choices of would-be career. But if on the other hand, you won't even bother to read a single line about photography it simply means you have no business choosing photography as a line of career. So, generally, the point here is once you figure out what you like reading about it means also figured out what you career line you can possibly follow.

Apart from having a knack to read more about a particular area in life, you can find out what your career might be; then you have to ask yourself another question, which is the next topic that will be discussed.

What Kind Of Work Would You Do Voluntarily?

Have you ever signed up as a volunteer work as a personal support worker? If so, you are probably aware that this kind of job entails taking care of elderly and vulnerable people.  If that is your passion, and you believe that serving others brings many benefits, then you destined to head a big organization that takes good care of senior citizens.

However, if you veered off to try and make a career as a writer, you may end up hitting a brick wall because that would have been a wrong choice of career-line. So think deeply about this right now. Once you find out the kind of job are any kind of service you can render happily even if you don’t get paid for it. Trust that, this your strong point. You really should think of how you can make a career out of it.

Still, in the bid to find a career you love, here is another revealing question you should ask yourself.

What Would You Spend Time Doing Even If You Are Financially Balanced?

Most of us have probably come across people that can talk about their favorite topic all day to whoever cared to listen (or even those who they knew were not listening, but were just being kind). The lesson here is a clear one. You really need to discover what your forte is by asking yourself these simple and straightforward questions about your own self. What can you talk about all day regardless of who cares to listen? What is happiness to you? That way, you will find out that you are already making headway towards finding a career you love.

Another way to make this discovery would also be to make a list of job or careers you might get involved with. Now strike off those once you definitely know you don't like to dabble into. Once you strike off those options, your true passion becomes clearer to you and also helps you narrow down your options until you are left with an option you are most comfortable with.

Create A Career For Yourself

It is said that the secret of finding your passion is to create something new. This is true because a lot of people attach so much passion and attention to businesses or projects they started right from scratch. They will do whatever it takes to keep their achievements alive. Now, this exactly what happens when you give your full attention to what you like doing. It will always be a success story and that only possible if you are truly passionate about what you do.

Imagine if you run a blog that is solely dedicated to fact-checking politicians or you like writing short stories for children, then who said you can’t run a kiddie website or an account on the social media where parents can download your short stories for their children. You see, sometimes in the bid to find a career, you love you really might have to create it yourself. All it takes is a little bit of creative thinking.

Get Imaginative

If you are still unsure about your future career, it’s time to get imaginative. Imagine yourself getting out of bed early, highly spirited and eager to take on the day. Now you are all dressed, filled with enthusiasm and ready to achieve results. Hold-on! What work is that you are going for? Once you answer that, you’ve discovered a career you truly love.

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• Meet the Author • Dr. Lawrence Kindo

I am a Medical Professional with a passion for writing, blogging, playing, computers, and of course patient care. My writing in this medical blog will reflect my passion, and you are welcome to be a part of this venture. This medical blog is a tribute to all the great medical pioneers, and to the ultimate source of wisdom, God.

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