Logic Of The Day: 18.04.2019.
For me, I’ve always loved teaching. Not only did I always play “teacher” as a kid, but I also used to gravitate towards this work in the corporate world. When there was an opportunity to run a training, I’d raise my hand to get involved. When we needed to have a team meeting and share learnings, I’d volunteer to run it.
I always gravitated towards this work, so it’s no wonder that when I had my own transition where I started to build the career I wanted (and I now happily enjoy), teaching was a core component of that. I transitioned into Learning & Development at the same company I was working for, and immediately fell in love with the work. So, I immediately knew that this was the right career path for me.
That is how it happens, people. Once you take the time to get clear on the things that are important and motivating to you, then you can take conscious action to build a career in alignment with that. I guarantee, this will make you feel significantly more fulfilled. That is the best way to do it.
So, if you’re feeling stuck and unsure about where to go next in your career, but you’re realizing that your current job might not be “it”, I encourage you to go inwards. I encourage you to ask yourself the big questions about who you are and what you’re about. I encourage you to look at your motivations, so that you can build a career around doing more of the stuff you like, and less of the stuff you don’t.
It’s as simple as that.
~ Chris Castillo ( How To Find The Right Career For You )
"The Career Growth Team"