“The first step to getting the things you want out of life is to decide what you want.” ~Ben Stein
Quandary quickens defeat. Are you living like a contestant on Who Wants to Be A Millionaire waiting to ask the audience what you should do? Do you know where you are going to, what you are hoping for? If not, it’s time to really know you.
First, ask youself: What do you want? You will find your place instinctively once you settle the “fear” talk going on in your head. Carl Jung said, “Your vision will become clear when you look into your own heart.” Next, figure out how to get where your heart is guiding you. You don’t need to stall trying to figure out all of the details, just open your heart and decide. All that’s left is to begin.
Living a life of perpetual quandary is difficult. Get definite. Do a skills inventory.
- Write all of the things you do well.
- Write the things you enjoy.
- Write the things others have told you that you are “natural” for you.
Isolate your talents by seeing all of the emerging similarities from your skills inventory. Let go of quandary, now you know. There is no defeat for a made up mind. Be sure.
Opportunity Step: Do your skills inventory today.
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