Career, Job, Passion, Altruism and Aim

While choosing a career, We are almost always making the decision about what to become good at, not the other way around. Should that be the other way round? To be the World’s Best in something, is an initial thought for all aspirants beginning their life. Everyone at this stage is competing for the same things: money, fame, power, status. Working to help others follows with time. Can we reverse the trend? It improves life in many ways with deeper sense of meaning and completeness,  Living up to one’s own values, rather than following the crowd has a deeper meaning. And one feels clarity and resolution of purpose. Then there’s no messing around trying to find the “true me”—it doesn’t exist.

       “ We all can do something valuable is for sure.” The only problem is what is that something, and how do we find that? We all can do something that genuinely helps others and makes the world a better place in a major way. That is the only way to have a happy and have a fulfilled life. Can an institution look on you closely so as to guide -what should you do, so that you find a meaning for your life early? YES. You don’t need to do just a job for your survival. Let us work to make this choice little easier. 

          Passion makes one a volunteer and a giver with positive opportunity seen everywhere. Volunteering for good causes have reported higher levels of happiness and health. Volunteering gives you a sense of perspective—so that when you judge how well your life is going, you’re aware of people who are less privileged than you as well as people who are better off than you. Giving makes you happier. One of the most important factors in job satisfaction is how much your work affects the well-being of others, the IMPACT FACTOR and the size of the radius of sphere of influence of your work determines this. Feeling that you’re making a difference makes it easier to get into the state of flow, or complete immersion in an activity. It essentially is a feeling of inner joy and self accomplishment. You can commit your life for THIS cause.  And, automatically the greater significance one starts attributing to this work. One wishes that he /she had more time for it. Career should be made out of THIS path. An all inclusive Altruism makes you the leader in your career path. Make this your passion or this passion should be your career path, not the job. Try to Aim at it. We will help. 

 

Author: LifeTime Career Research Lab

An Enthusiastic Educationist with Innovative, Integrated & Scientific plans to bridge the CAREER GAP for all (5 to 85 yrs old) between DOING & BEING through Lab, through Written, Verbal, Physical, Neuro-cognitive, Psycho-Anaytical Tests. Prescriptions are offered with individualistic Career Passports with all details of career maps and bends.

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