Have You Found Your Career Passion?


People are passionate about different things in life. You may be a college student, a mid career changer or a jobseeker. No matter what you are, it is good to have found your career passion. When you are passionate about your career, it means you have found a career that perfectly matches your skills and interests. Being passionate about a career means the career motivates you to perform better and deliver better results. By discovering and rediscovering your career passion, you can turn your interests into a new fulfilling career.

To be able to find your career passion, you need to clarify your interests and answer a couple of important questions. While responding to the questions, you need to answer with complete honesty. Do not try to respond to all the questions in just one sitting. You can always take your time. But make sure your answers are accurate, honest and meant for the future.

Have a look at some of these important questions –

What do you love doing in your free time?
What skills come to you naturally or without effort?
What are your favorite classes and subjects?
What is dream job or dream career?
What activities energize you the most?
What have been your life-long interests?
What are the areas you are considered an expert in?
What values do you most cherish?
What type of books and magazines do you love reading?
What type of community services are you involved in?
What are your deeply rooted beliefs?
What things do you do to help people?
What are your goals in life?

Take each of these questions carefully and one by one. Do not make a hurried response. Think and contemplate. Respond to each of the above mentioned questions with honesty. On the basis of the results or the preliminary research, you need to find out the theme that runs common through all of these. Finally, you can prepare a list of potentials jobs and career paths to choose from.

Whether you are a college student, a fresh jobseeker or a career changer, it is everyone’s right to live a life of fulfillment. It is never too late to start a career which you are really passionate about. Your career passion does not only lead you to a fulfilling professional career, but it also brings happiness in your life. To be able to find your career passion, you need to take a look deep inside you. In this way, you can bring happiness both to your life and career.

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3 responses to “Have You Found Your Career Passion?

  1. Have You Found Your Career Passion?
    Not yet.

    What do you love doing in your free time?
    Blogging, writing, browsing, reading
    What skills come to you naturally or without effort?
    writing
    What are your favorite classes and subjects?
    Math
    What is dream job or dream career?
    Manager or Entrepreneur
    What activities energize you the most?
    Working
    What have been your life-long interests?
    Get Earlier Pension
    What are the areas you are considered an expert in?
    Law
    What values do you most cherish?
    Business
    What type of books and magazines do you love reading?
    Thriller, Business, and Traveling
    What type of community services are you involved in?
    Journalistic
    What are your deeply rooted beliefs?
    ISLAM
    What things do you do to help people?
    Give them job
    What are your goals in life?
    Peaceful Heart and Happy Family

    so?

  2. I think career counselor is an important figure in the job force, especially in educational institutions. This individual plays a prime role in helping individuals put their talents to good use in a job position and help them in their journey applying to colleges.

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