Favorite Inspiring Quotes
Find Your Career
Perhaps it’s a good thing that we don’t all think the same and come to the same conclusion. Imagine that!
We may feel trapped and unhappy in our work, yet afraid to break out and try something different. Nevertheless, we are stronger than we believe; there is a path forward whereby we can fulfill our talents and desires and at the same time be of service.
"Be true to yourself" is ages-old wisdom. We are each of us unique and special. If we don't allow our special qualities to be drowned out, we can become a master in our individual sphere.
Goodbye comfort zone. It's time to make a commitment for your future and who you want to become.
Passion is the difference between having a job and having a career.
Choose or create a job you love and you'll never have to go to work again in your life.
Some articles about finding your career...
What to Do When the Career You’ve Chosen Doesn’t Give You Fulfillment ~ by Maeve Halpin
Many people find that the career path they have chosen, while sensible and prudent, brings them no real fulfillment. Parents will, understandably, want their children to work in an area that brings security and stability. But our occupation also needs to have some meaning for us, playing to our strengths and giving us a sense of efficacy and self-esteem. Without this, we can become depressed, lethargic and withdrawn. Continues...
What's the Difference between a Job and a Vocation? ~ by Craig Nathanson
The good news is you can start to create a more fulfilling second half of life -- a second half that has more meaning and makes a greater contribution to society, and to those around you. There are so many challenges around the world and right in your own community, where your unique gifts would mean so much to others. If only you could figure this out... Continues
Twenty Ways to Find the Work You Love ~ by Craig Nathanson
Do you ever wish you had a few more options when trying to find the work you love? Here are some ideas that might help expand your thinking... Continues
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