When you pass away, what will you be remembered for? Will it be because you made a difference or because you made a living?
You have a chance to make a different choice for yourself.
Many people get so caught up in the professional rat race that they end up with a lost sense of purpose and misplaced priorities.
In carving a career path for yourself, you must bear in mind that your chosen career path will be a means to an end. You want the end of it all to mean something more than just paying the bills and having food on the table.
Of course, the bills should be paid and you shouldn’t starve — but choosing a career path to earn a paycheck for just these purposes is limiting — very limiting.
You should choose a career that gives you a great sense of fulfillment.
How do you go about this?
Any career that doesn’t help you express what you’re passionate about is a no-no for you. Unfortunately, in most cases, no one tells you about this.
So, after going through school, bagging a fancy degree, and getting a good-paying job, you still have a deep feeling of dissatisfaction.
What do you do at this point? First, let’s explore the problem, then find a solution.