Logic Of The Day: 29.07.2019.
The most important thing is to stop and to think about what you really, really want. Ask yourself: “Who am I? What are my values? What kind of thing do I want to spend my time doing?”
Your values consist of what you find important. So knowing your values helps you understand what drives you, and also what you enjoy, and what inspires you. And if you build your life and lifestyle around your values, then it’s going to be more satisfying and more meaningful.
Then there’s the question of what kind of emotional and physical environment you want to work in. Think about what you don’t like about your current environment, and what you want in your new one. Are you happy going to the same desk and office every day, or do you need variety?
Finally, you have to have a job you love. It doesn’t matter if it’s not what you’re trained in, and it doesn’t matter if it doesn’t make sense to other people.
I love what I do, and I am glad I came to it a bit later because I am now at a point in my life where I can give it my attention 100 percent of the time.
~ David Donghi (How to Go Through a Career Change and Never Look Back)
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