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How to Find a Career You Genuinely Love

How to Find a Career You Genuinely Love

Curated from: Ali Abdaal

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How to find your dream job

How to find your dream job

Do really like your job or career? Are you choosing what career to study and you are unsure? This video is for you.

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Daily activities

Daily activities

What would be the tasks you will be doing everyday?

Would you enjoy them? Are you happy with that? Do research and stop worrying about the titles.

Use a cartesian grid and put things you like and dislike to do to at least near yourself to the kind of career you may be wanting to do in the future.

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Audit your time

Audit your time

Write down if you enjoy the things mentioned in Tip 1. Manage how much time you spend on each activity?

Work to eliminate the things that drain your energy and motivation, such as social media. You can check this link for more info.

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Visualise your Me +

Visualise your Me +

Your Me + is your better version of you in the future.

What’s the big picture of what you will be doing, as well as the tasks?

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13 minutes per day

13 minutes per day

If you invest at least 13 minutes per day in skills that can be needed for your future career or job you will be far more ahead than everyone.

15 minutes a day for a year = 80 hours

For example: If you want to become an engineer, doing some progamming courses might be useful.

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Make use of free resources

Make use of free resources

We live in a globalised, digitalised world. Make use of all the free courses available for pretty much anything, such as web development, design, programming, etc.

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Embrace U-turns

Embrace U-turns

It’s never late to change your mind.

It’s actually good.

You need to change, if you want to be better. It’s okay to wrongly predict something, but you need to live up to it and embrace the changes.

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CURATOR'S NOTE

This video helped me a lot to choose my future career.

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