Ask any successful person who’s happy and fulfilled with their life. Bro, i’d advice you go back to school.
The freedom to choose, freedom to speak, freedom to live on your own terms, freedom to love and be loved.
I have no idea what to do with my life at 30. You never know what you may find out. They’ll tell you it’s because they enjoy what they do for a living. For most of my life i've been told to follow my dreams and pursue my passions, but i have none.
I was like, “either i’m going to do this and take this promotion and have the steady paycheck, have the health benefits.” people understand what you do when you say you work in magazine. Yes, there are lots of successful people without college education but don’t forget they were either talented, apprentice under someone or passionate about “something”. Opportunities come quick and fast and more opportunities will be available for you to capture and take full advantage of in the near future.
If freedom becomes a core value of yours, watch how your life. Freedom comes in many forms and that is why it is one of the ultimate core values to have. Spend some time with little ones.
If you know your life’s calling with a deep conviction, great for you. Life should never be about the size of your paycheck, the car you drive and the home you live in. You are only 30 and you have your whole life ahead of you and everyone progresses along differently.
No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s always a good idea to focus on building your savings. Then try answering “what do. Everyone here keeps saying you can make.
When people feel like they have no sense of direction, no purpose in their life, it’s because they don’t know what’s important to them, they don’t know what their values are. It’s about creating your own path and future, taking pride in yourself and never letting the people next to you make you feel like you’re not good enough. What do you do with your life if you don't have dreams?
In the future, you want to have financial independence and savings to depend on. We will all do great things with our lives no matter how small or large it might seem to others. This happened a month ago.
When doing this, utilize your connections and ask your family what they do and what their close friends do for a living. I have no idea what my life purpose should be, and i don’t think that matters. This is the secret not just to figuring out what you want to do with your life, but it’s the secret to happiness.
If you could travel 200 years back in time, you would not only become the special guest at every event, but you would also be the one that has a lot to narrate about. To this, i’d like to share a secret: — after 15 years of working in over 30 different jobs, i found something i actually wanted to stick with (at least for now):
With no idea what i am going to do next. I have never started a business. Her essays, poetry, and articles have appeared in anthologies, national periodicals, and literary journals, and she's working on a memoir.
I'm good at everything, but i'm not great at. Fran also writes a blog, the bruised muse. I have tried all these “techniques” to find my passion, my calling and my path.
I’ve maid countless lists of what i liked to do when i was little, when i was bigger, when i was 50 and now i am 57, have no income (do not yet know whether i will get unemployment). Because this is how the small steps you take gradually become your powerful habits. Keep a record of your progress by taking notes or keeping a journal of ideas you have, the things you’ve tried and how you feel about them.
You mention you suddenly quit your job as a result of your constant anxiety and insecurity. You may ask, why 30 days? The cult of a calling.
If you don’t know what you want to major in or what you want to find a career doing, it can be a good idea to interview various people who have different types of careers that interest you. Or i’m going to quit and do this weird coaching thing, which i have no idea what the hell i’m doing. And when you don’t know what your values are, then you’re essentially taking on other people’s values and living other people’s priorities instead of your own.
You need to have a plan, a safety net and pursue your aptitude. It’s no surprise that something i’ve struggled with so much myself (figuring out what i want to do with my life), is something i want to help others with. Calling your own shots, financially speaking, gives you the freedom to make choices in your life separate from your weekly paycheck.