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How To Find The Work You Love

Are you somebody who despises your job, looks forward to getting off at the end of the day, and dreads waking up on Monday morning? I was one of these people and I pursued several different things attempting to find what I love. I jumped from one new job to the next trying out things on my own and failing. I’m going to tell you about people and ideas that are helping me find the work I love.

Why can’t I find the career I was made for?

Have you found yourself asking this question before? Don’t worry, you are not alone. According to an article by MSNBC, fewer than half of Americans are satisfied with their jobs. Also, less than 39 percent of workers under the age of 25 approve of their career. This number does improve as we look at older age groups, which means it is taking people a lot longer to find the work they dream of.

Why is it so hard to figure out what I want to do?

When I started branching out and searching for the kind of job I wanted to do for the rest of my life, I did it by myself. I would come up with an idea and go out and try to do it on my own. What I realized is that this is very hard to do and I kept finding myself failing. You might have a career that you are eyeballing right now, but have no knowledge or experience on how to make it work. So, I want to offer you some insight on how to be successful based on what I have learned from others.

You need to start reading. If you are concerned about how to tackle some of life’s hardest decisions on careers, find a book. A famous quote by Charlie “Tremendous” Jones says, “You are the same today as you’ll be in five years except for two things: the books you read and the people you meet.”

I am going to show you the latest career help out there with tips on what books to read and techniques to use. Tapping into the minds of some of the most successful people in America will help you in figuring out your true calling in the work place.

It is a tough undertaking to find your career, believe me; I’m figuring that out with you in this process. That is why i’m here to help you in whatever stage you are at in your career-planning road. I will have information to the best books, the best strategies to take, and people who are ready to help you with your struggles.