Knowing what you are good at, and knowing what you can make a living out of, are not always the same thing. In my opinion though, if you don’t do something you love, eventually you become bored or even worse, numb. Most people will have specific interests that excites them and keeps them awake way past their bedtime. These passions and interests are what we should nurture and grow. This article first published on gooroo.io
Finding your true calling in life is not always easy to do, and often gets overshadowed by having to get an education, find a job and then get on with paying bills and living your life. A lot of people will get a degree, certificate, diploma or other evidence of having completed some form of education and hopefully it will be in a field they are interested in. However, a few years on and I very often hear that people are either bored in their current job, realized they aren’t as interested in what they studied as they thought they’d be, or just doing something completely different.
Often, we don’t know exactly what we will be doing for the rest of our working life. I know, I certainly didn’t. I genuinely believe finding your niche and nurturing it will be a possible career path, and below I give 7 tips to doing just that.