Imagine waking up everyday to a career that incorporates all the things you love. A career that requires your skillset and talents, subjects that you’re passionate about and challenges that you can’t get enough of. Imagine feeling inspired, your “work” being fun and getting paid to just be who you are.
To me, this is the best part of discovering your life’s calling. Every piece that makes up the truest expression of who you are comes together and forms the perfect puzzle.
For all you fellow Pinterest lovers, you may recognize this pin:
Hey, I do it! I may not be doing it from 9-5, but it’s a part of my business. Call it marketing, call it research, call it goal setting! I get to look at inspirational quotes and create visions while sipping on a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon. And I can assure you that it will fit nicely into your dream career as well if it’s something you really enjoy doing.
Just like the way I’m able to incorporate my public speaking skills, my love for reading and talking about personal development, my passion for creative design and even my dream of being my own boss, working from home and in my pajamas. (And this is just to name a few!)
Each one of us has the ability to find our ideal career, but so many don’t. Why? Some people don’t care to put the time and effort in to discovering theirs while others don’t believe it exists.
If you don’t want it badly enough, you won’t seek it out.
If you don’t BELIEVE that creating a perfect career is possible, you will never take the steps in achieving it. (TWEET THIS)
If you’re reading this, you’ve already started to poke around to the possibilities….so congratulations!
Note that your dream career may not have a name yet! Many of the jobs that we’re seeing pop up today didn’t exist fifty years ago. The 21st century belongs to those who create their own careers- careers founded on what makes you unique and the work you find interesting, fun and challenging.
So don’t give up your dream of drinking wine and browsing Pinterest just yet. Keep on searching because your perfect career does exist…you just have to believe it does first.
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