Carl Maswoswa Young Interactive Writer
The second century has become a world centered around passionate careers rather than study-related jobs. The mentality that education is the only way out is a thing of the past. Times have changed, the environment is looking for an innovative mindset to survive and prosper in these difficult economic times. No one can kick you out of your passion, it’s part of you. People realize how important you are and appreciate you so much for what you do. To embark on this journey, you must ask yourself questions that will bring you closer to your dreams.
What am I good at?
What do people say I’m good at?
What is holding me back?
Will I be able to love her in the next 20 years?
Do I really like it?
Clarity of purpose beats everything else in career success. Your job is not your life; don’t let it define your happiness. You work to live and not to work. This is the point that most people don’t realize about work. I once spoke with a renowned personality and he gave me so much insight on this subject.
Every day is a fashion show and the world is your runaway.
Your body, your appearance, your clothes define who you are and your tone of voice can get you the millions you want.
The personality I have interacted with is Jefferson Muserera. He shared his story of how he walked past a clothing store everyday wearing something so eloquent that someone fell in love with the way he dressed.
He was approached by the company to be the model of the company advertising the products of the company. Of course, he was paid for it. We need to realize that the things we take for granted are the things that have always been our stronghold.
Passion really boils down to the talents you have, academic or non-academic if at your disposal can change lives for the better and bring your inner self to the balance you desire.
Many fail to pick it up and spend so much time trying to fix what has never been broken. The answer is closer than you can imagine, it is always with you.
While technology takes center stage in development, conventional careers are rapidly fading away. Who knew that the Postal Unit would make many unemployed, it takes a pinch of grandeur to see what will happen in the future and in turn strategize on how best to adapt to change. To be educated is a good thing. Whatever excites you, use it to inspire millions of people around the world.
I’ve always thought of writing as my career. I do it with passion and zeal although I am not formally taught, but I have taken risks and progress to learn and use the craft. Just reading more and analyzing current trends has made me a well-versed writer. Choosing a career is not easy. It requires input from others, for example the support of coaches and mentors to help you narrow down the career choice that’s right for you.
If you can’t find what your passion really is good, ask God to reveal you and bring you closer, friends with a positive outlook who will inspire you to ask yourself questions and find what you are in. really the best.
There is no greater agony than to die with your gifts within, you would have put most of the world at a disadvantage. Imagine a world without Windows, TV or smart phone, wouldn’t that be boring enough?