Are you happy with your career?
Is your career as per your interest or as per the wish of parents or friends?
If it is not as per your choice, then you may not be happy and satisfied with your job. Choose your career after doing good homework.Do not choose a career just for money. Make the career a turning point in your life. Click To Tweet
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great. Mark Twain
Career is one point in life where you must do, what you want to do and not what other people want you to do.
These days education is very costly and many parents find it difficult to give good education to their children as per their interest.
You parents might not have enough money to spend on a career as per your interest and you had no other option than choosing this career.
Now you have earned some money and might be thinking to go for further study to achieve the career as per your interest for better earning and happiness in life. It happens to many people.
Some parents might have money, but they do not like some career because of lack of knowledge or any bad impression about that career.
So they force their children to choose a career as per their wish and the child is unable to concentrate on the study and not happy with his/her job. Sometimes, it leads to mental pressure and depression in the child. Read How to cope with anxiety and depression
Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion. Simon Sinek
For success in career and life, you should set effective goals and achieve it.
Learn some tips and understand what are those 5 things that could possibly destroy your career.
5 things that could possibly destroy your career:
- Have a deep interest in what you choose to do
- Don’t ever fake your resume
- Career transition is hard to accept – Go where your heart says
- Always leave on a good note
- Take that time off
Are you making these mistakes? Watch this personality development video and find out.
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Many children are forced to select a career as per the wish and suggestions of their family and friends because they have to obey, respect and satisfy them.
And after that, they are unable to complete the course successfully because they have chosen a subject on which they have no interest.
Many people choose their careers without even thinking and considering their own choices and interests.
Always talk about your interests, discuss with experts who have knowledge in that field and take the decision. Otherwise, there is a chance that you will end up in a very difficult situation later.
Don’t lie about your qualifications
Never give wrong information about your qualifications to get the job. When you give only correct information, that proves your honesty.
If you give wrong information and later your employer find out the truth, you will lose the job because you proved that you are a liar and not a trustable person.
Don’t get influenced by what other people say. Listen to your own instincts and choose the career that you think fits you best.
To get a better understanding of the key differences between a job and a career, check out this infographic from Office Vibe.
This infographic was crafted with love by Officevibe, the software that shows you how to be a good leader through employee feedback.
You should be happy and satisfied with your career and also at the same time you should be able to make others happy. It would be much better if you can change the world by finding new things beneficial and service to the people. Enjoy your career and have a successful life!
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