A ROAD TO FIND YOUR PASSION

Passion is a strong emotion. It is not just a passing fancy but a thing which has become a part of you. Before you can say you have a passion, you need to first find that which you are passionate about. You need to go through the series of small interests to discover what you are truly passionate about. The following are the ways to ease it.

road to passion

Have the right perspective
Think back to your childhood
Take note of things you gravitate towards
Track the things you hate
Love everything you do
Face your fears

Henceforth, your state of mind plays a key role in what you become passionate about and how you feel about a thing determines your attitude to it. It is very important to have the right perspective. Meanwhile, try to recall the things and activities that you used to love before adulthood got in the way. This can go a long way in helping you restore your love for things and even kick-start your passion. To put it in practice, take a long and hard look at what you spend most of your time or money on. These insights usually are things we are very invested in or are passionate about. So list the things or jobs that you hate. Once you list and delete these options, your true passion will eventually become clearer to you. This is the elimination method were no matter what you are doing, how tedious the task is; bring your full enthusiasm into it. Your full attention helps you to think outside the box sometimes. Attempt tasks knowing that if you decide to do it, you are going to with zeal. On the due course, there are fears connected to finding and chasing our passions. These debilitating fears are sometimes logical, and at other times, they are not. However, in most cases, they hold us back. You have to face these fears and conquer them. This would let you move to chasing your passions.

!!Think Positive. Remain Open-minded. Surround yourself with Positive People!!

Article by : PRAKALPA G

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Counseling- has it become a joke?

Career Choice is one of the most difficult decisions to be taken.

That too in a country like ours, where few courses are especially meant for girls and boys 😛 I know that is bad huh!!

One important incident- one of my friend with great difficulty found a course with essential components as he expected and that would help him become a professional counselor. The course was to be pursued in a distance mode as he is employed.

Celebrating the success of discovering that course, he went on to enquire and the person at the university’s administrative office said, ” We do not take classes for single person, can you bring in ten more people?”

He stood blank for a while!

This is the state of education. A course is recognized through the university and if someone is passionate to pursue, then he has to do marketing for his passion as well? That was a new concept.

In this scenario, runs a debate on our TV, saying in what way counselors are helpful? Are they right or wrong:-/

Remuneration is considered a success in our society. Job satisfaction is the prime most need for sustainability. There are umpteen number of youngsters, who have left their passion behind just for the so called sophisticated life.

A balance has to be built in the system of satisfaction based earning. This comes with knowledge and clarity. Please be brave in exploring career options with an open mind.

Where there is will, there is way!

Article by: SaiLakshmi K V

http://www.careerwise.in