Checklist to discover the job you were born for:
- Define your favorite labor style
First of all define which work style you have a propensity to – if you would like to work as a stand-alone professional, free-lancer and entrepreneur, or you would like to work in collective (team).
- Study your professional ambitions
Define if you would like to develop your career, work a lot for higher results, or you would like to work just “for your pleasure”.
- Study your psychological constitution
Define if you would like to have a job that requires communicating many unfamiliar people or you rather prefer “back-office” job. Define if you have technical or humanitarian turn of mind and if you would like to have a free workflow or you are ready to follow procedures.
- Study your personal inspirations
Define what kind of work inspires you, and what things you are naturally curious about. For example, what subjects do you enjoy discussing with friends, or what were your favorite school subjects?
- Study what brings you joy
Define things that make you feel happy and contented. If you find a job that brings you joy, you would just love to do it.
Define if there are problems around that you feel being able to solve. Probably your real calling is proactive participation in improving our life.
- Attentively study objects of your past resistance
Remember that sometimes work that you would love to do requires serious efforts to be mastered. Study activities that you have avoided in the past because they require a lot of energy and time, probably you should review this and take a second chance.
Surely you have something that you are really good at, or probably something that makes you different. Define if your talents can be developed and used to bring profits.
- Study what you have avoided earlier because you “don't know how to do it”
Define if you really “don't know how” or you just afraid to change something in your life. Remember that you can learn new...
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