Change is challenging. You may have an idea about something that you want to pursue or something different that you’d like to experience in your life. Whatever it is, there is a part of you that will do everything in its power to prevent change. That part of you will resist the becoming of your best self – even though it’s totally good for you. It’ll come up with excuses. It’ll procrastinate.
What do you do when your path seems unclear? My simple answer – You make the decision to get moving. One of my favorite quotes is, “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” by Martin Luther King, Jr. You don’t have to know the full plan. Instead, let your path unfold, one step at a time.
Whether you’re a 9 to 5-er or an entrepreneur, there’s nothing more fulfilling than doing work every day that perfectly aligns with your natural talents and interests. However, there’s nothing more frustrating than going to a job every day that you hate. So, how do you know if you’ve found the right fit? Here are 10 signs to let you if you’re on the right path.
Gaylane Scott: 710 ESPN Seattle Radio Host, Emcee for the Seattle Seahawks, Auctioneer, and Motivational Speaker
Gaylane Scott is mixing his passion for sports with his natural communication talent as a host of his own radio show, The Gee Scott Show, on 710 ESPN Seattle. Gaylane is also an Emcee for the Seattle Seahawks , an auctioneer, and a motivational speaker!
I love profiling professionals who are successful and love what they do! Ericka Hardy has enjoyed an amazing career in the world of Information Technology. She’s currently a Data Architect at Humana where she works from home! Ericka has 20 years of experience in Information Technology and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Eastern Kentucky University and a MBA – University of Phoenix and 3 Oracle Certifications.
If you hate Mondays, you have the power to change whatever it is that you hate about the day. If you hate your job, you can get another one. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and hate going to a job every day, then create a plan and take massive action to fire that job. Love what you do. Then, every day of the week will be lovely!
Should I start a new business? Should I leave my company? Should I accept a new job? Should I move to a new city? Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. What should you do? My answer – Whatever takes you outside of your comfort zone!
Your gifts and talents will set you free! I believe that the more a person is allowed to use and develop their natural strengths and talents, the more fulfilling and satisfied they will be with their career.
Children never cease to amaze me. If you pay attention, there are lots of lessons that we can learn from them. Recently, my daughter took up knitting. From the very beginning, she naturally excelled at knitting. She even used an advanced knitting technique on her first project which hadn’t even been taught. It was just natural for her. So what lessons can a 10 year old teach us about choosing the right career?