Finding the right job is not an easy task: identifying the path that best suits your aspirations, reconciling personal attitudes and acquired skills, is probably the goal that everyone would like to achieve.
The greatest difficulty, unfortunately, is often that of not being able to predict whether ideal jobs will actually turn into satisfying professional realities on the basis of simple theoretical reasoning and without having experienced them firsthand.
It could happen, and in fact it happens most of the time, that what on paper appeared to be an optimal choice, in reality turns out to be extremely disappointing and frustrating.
Only when you manage to achieve a balance between your motivation and your chosen job. It is possible to live your profession in a more interesting and engaging way and consequently be more productive and satisfied. A first step to tackle this arduous journey is undoubtedly to start from concrete data such as one’s skills and tastes.
1#) Identifying Most Important Things
In case you want to change job and want to go for a highest demand jobs, for example, it is very useful to ask yourself what was wrong with the previous one, focusing on the role, the team and the professional sector. Similarly, for those looking for their first job, it will be essential to identify what was considered most interesting both in the context of academic studies and with regard to any training courses or extracurricular activities.
It is also particularly useful to try to deepen the knowledge of the works carried out by friends and acquaintances, to better understand their characteristics and specificities.
2#) Finding the Highest Paid Job
if you don’t know what you want from life, chances are you will achieve very little. It may also be that your day is full of commitments and fatigue. But that doesn’t mean at all that you are doing the things that interest you, just because it is a “socially” plausible justification for being busy and working.
If your work is not functional to your goal, to what you are really interested in, it is like striving for nothing. A bit like the useless kilometers that the hamster travels in its “endless wheel”.
Look around you, the things you own, who you are, your “titles” and your training: you are simply the sum of your previous desires and the dominant thoughts of your mind.
3#) Futura Plans of Job or Work
If you do not know for sure what to do in life or what you want from life , whether you are 14 or 60 do not worry: it is not a serious sin :); there are very few people who have clear ideas from an early age and who remain consistent with this idea.
The starting point is not so much to be hard on oneself and to consider oneself “failed” for the mere fact of not knowing, at a certain age, what one wants from one’s life.
The point is rather, much more simply, to become aware with the utmost humility, tranquility and common sense, that it is never too late to decide to stop and become aware of it.
What do you want to be? “I want to be an astronaut” Really?
When you ask a child what you want to be when you grow up, you are likely to get answers: “I want to be a firefighter; I want to be an astronaut ”:). How many of these children actually become firefighters and astronauts?
Surely a very small minority, and not only for the objective difficulty in becoming one, but precisely by virtue of the fact that desires and related thoughts inevitably change as they grow. Ask the same child, as a teenager, what you want to do and the answer will inevitably be another.
The point is that our culture leads us to desire, at various moments of our life, different things, depending on the visual and auditory inputs that our brain processes in various moments of our life.
These signals can come from one’s parents (“Luca wants to be a notary when he grows up”), from friends, from the mass media, from a book, from advertising, in general from the mass media and from what our culture sub communicates to us.
4#) Understand Imaginations and Reality
Some of these signals penetrate our hearts, others are misinterpreted as desires. To give a very popular example: how many of the boys and girls who want to be models choose this path for an honest “vocation” and how many choose instead because it is our culture that influences in this direction through gossip newspapers and “Big Brother “Various?
There is a huge difference between “I want to study acting” and “I want to be an actor in Hollywood”
When you choose to STUDY ACTING , it is a very healthy choice: because it implies that you love acting itself, the act of acting itself; very often the person does not care at all to become a Hollywood star: his thoughts are focused on improving his art and his acting style.
A person with this type of focus becomes an expert within some time (because totally focused on his profession-training), offers value, is therefore noticed and is exponentially (and ironically) much more likely to cross the threshold of Hollywood, or of more important stages, compared to those who have the goal of “I want to be an actor and become a Hollywood star”.
The free corollary of becoming good at an activity, or experts, is the best catalyst for esteem (as well as self-esteem).
Become good in a sector and the whole microworld that gravitates around that sector will tend to feel a feeling of esteem for you without you begging for their approval. This is because you will automatically offer more value to people and the more social value you have, the more sought after you will be, the more others will compete to research your performance.
Everyone has a vision to become a great person in the life, very few of them will be able to while the others can’t. So, we help that this guide will help you to learn something about what you have to know about your dream job or about choosing the highest job of your desire.