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How to Seek Your Career Wisely

1] Start with Right Perspective

  • If you went into a restaurant with a strong opinion—“I’m not hungry. There’ll be nothing here I want to eat. I don’t want to be here”—the menu isn’t going to look appealing. You won’t explore it with due time or attention, and it’s unlikely you’ll find the food you’ll enjoy eating.
  • The same principle applies to passion-seeking. If you’re convinced that finding your passion is hard, or that it’s not going to happen for you, you’ll remain closed to possibilities. You’ll block the little nudges, pulls, and signals that guide us all. After all, how can you expect to find fulfilling work if you don’t believe it exists?

2] Write a Career Plan. 

  • You’re more likely to find the perfect job if you’re clear on the direction you want to take your career in.
  • Sit down and write up a plan that encapsulates who you professionally are, must-have job attributes such as career progression and working hours, and what organizations you’d like to work for. Keep your plan handy when applying for jobs to see how closely aligned they are. You might find that they’re really not even worth applying for!

3] Work out on what you hate doing

  • List the jobs or tasks that you absolutely loathe. Once you have eliminated these options, your true passion may become more clear.

4] Find what Your friends are doing

  • Check Your network, what they are doing, what they are learning new, You might find your passion from that list.

5] Try Visualization

  • Try to Visualize Your self 1 Year ahead of time, think about what you will be doing that time, whether you will be working for some company with the highest post in that, visualize what you want you will be doing that time. This will help you to achieve more and boost your career goals.

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