Why You Will Fail

 

 

 

Why You Will Fail

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” ― Helen Keller, The Open Door

Fifty years ago, a person selected a career and worked at it for forty years. They probably selected that career because their father did it, they may have fallen into it, or someone took a young person as an apprentice.

Today, there is much more choice. However, many still follow the same poor guidelines for finding a career that will make you happy and will provide you with income.

Many look only to money – how much they can make. This will never make you happy.

Why the need to be happy at work? You spend over 1/3 of your life at work!

We fail to grasp the fact early on that we can do something we like, are passionate about, and will enjoy for a long time until we grow it into something else.

The problem comes from us, the older generation, not helping the next generation change the ways of finding something you like to do.

I know that I fell into something I enjoyed but it really was not a fit for the long term. I did it for 20 years but tell people I spent much of that time “in the principal’s office” for speaking my mind. They didn’t much like that.

I wanted to help others not follow the way I did it because of the problems I encountered.

Young adults should get experience in several areas before they settle but the problem is that many go to college, are forced into selecting a career and then feel trapped as they follow up the corporate ladder.

If you want to find how to get the jump on your next career move so you enjoy what you do and want to do more, fill out the form to the right for your free consultation.

You will gain clarity, focus and a strategy for moving forward. You will begin to see your future as a win!

 

 

 

 

 

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