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‘How Do I Decide What to Do With My Life?’
I hated Manhattan when I came home. It seemed a desk job purgatory. I had just spent two years riding a bicycle around Eurasia and working as a journalist, and even the most glamorous jobs the town had to offer seemed boring. The thought of working in a midtown tower made me depressed. The insane focus and ambition with which my friends hurled themselves into those office buildings made me even more depressed. I looked at my future with half-closed eyes, feeling that nothing I could do would ever be as exciting or fulfilling as what I had just done. How could anything involving a desk be more awesome than waking up in an isolated monastery in the jungles of Burma?
Here are a few ways to help you figure it out. Here are four ways to try to pinpoint what you want from your future. That said, as Adam Savage points out on the Still Untitled Podcast , the exercise of talking about where you see yourself in five years is still useful. He shares this story:. The thing that you feel like you really want to do is the thing to pursue. We may end up miles from here
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Dearest Polly,. For as long as I can remember, I have never been able to stick to one goal. And also because of this, there were several attempts for me to go back to school to get training in different subjects, but before I was even done, I had a change of heart again. What makes matters worse is that I can pretty much handle anything. I understand that I could do many things as a hobby, but I cannot multitask, and the mere thought of not being able to do these things as a career depresses me.
Some people know at a young age, some of us continue to wonder well into our adult years. The question is: how do you figure it out? I expected the company to make me happy. That was my pattern. Others fixate on personal relationships or even something they can purchase.
Many people wander through life, unaware of their purpose, blindly following the whims of the world. To them, those who reach their potential seem to possess an extraordinary gift. Where would you start? Listen to your life. An author who spent part of his life as a schoolteacher and another part as a minister, he observed that finding your vocation is less about grand moments of discovery and more about a habit of awareness. See it for the fathomless mystery it is. In the boredom and pain of it no less than in the excitement and gladness: touch, taste, smell your way to the holy and hidden heart of it because in the last analysis all moments are key moments….