You shouldn’t have to decide something like this once. Take each day as it comes and adjust your life as you go, continuously. 2 months ago
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How I did it: I'm not religious but I did pray my own way. I asked the Sky to give me clues, to help me find out my purpose, to give me signs & help me understand them properly. I did it with strong emotions, over & over. I was desperate. I knew what I liked but I couldn't embark on the journey of no turning back. I felt apathetic.
One day, I'm standing up, going to my room, approaching the book shelf & taking out a book that's been sitting there for at least 3 years! I got the book even before I graduated but never opened it. Did I know back then that I was buying the answer to my everlasting question in life?
The book was called "The Success Principles" by Jack Canfield. It's a very helpful book for anyone in general but you should know that items have their own purpose & time for each individual. For me personally it was the last push to take a step I couldn't take. I decided to pick ONE route & pursue it. My attitude changed while still reading the book. That attitude affected my actions - I actively applied for jobs, researched a lot & my entire being was screaming "I want this & I will get this no matter what!" That lead to a job interview in a completely different state, the job I thought I was underqualified for. But I didn't care. I knew that if one doesn't try, nothing will ever happen. When I was back, I swore to myself - no negative self talk, no negative feelings, nothing negative. Period. I chose the scenario I wanted & acted it out as if it has already happened. A week later I get a call from the job & the scenario that I acted out repeated itself in real life. I was numb from shock. I was hired to the job I so wanted! I know now where I'm going. The first step unfolded all other necessary steps for me. One step after another reveals the next one & the next one. If it's the right thing for you... Read how I did it… 4 years ago
So, I have spent the last two years working hard at this goal. I am in a program to get my Masters degree in Occupational Therapy. I have worked very hard to get both part time jobs and volunteer opportunities to gain hands on experience as well. Hopefully this will at least help with the whole job and financial part of the “rest of my life”. Good luck to everyone else ;) 2 months ago
Does anyone ever actually truly accomplish this? I mean sure, you can find a good job and have a family or whatever, but you should always be striving for more in your life. Always looking forward to something and doing things to better yourself and keep things interesting.
I always had the thought that if I had a good job, and a good husband, and a few kids, I’d be set and happy and my life would be figured out. But I don’t think its ever that simple. Nor should it be. Someone told me you should never be satisfied with your life. (and not in the way that like, wow my life sucks, I’m not satisfied) But in the way of always working towards something in your life and having constant change and goals.
So yes, I’m going to school for Dental Hygiene, and will probably work as one for awhile. But who knowwwws what will happen later on. Some of the fun in life is not knowing what’s gonna happen and just kinda rolling with the punches. 4 months ago