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Secrets of Satisfying Careers

Secrets of Satisfying Careers

Finding a job that satisfying your needs and desire is pretty hard. Many people may feel the current job is not rewarding for your life. Other people may feel the job is lacked of opportunities. Your career is life long, so how do you manage it? To able to find satisfying career, David Lassiter suggested there are four key questions to ask yourself:

1. What are your core values?
2. What is your core purpose?
3. What do you want to do with your life?
4. How can you best align your career with your values and purpose?

Finding the answers and align your choices and job selection to the answers will really help:

… Those people who experience high levels of success in their careers state that there is an alignment between what they do and who they are. They somehow manage to attain that magical integration of their purpose in life with what they do in their jobs.

The search for one's purpose is important but it is by no means an easy task. Many of us spend our lifetimes searching for our true purpose. We all seek meaning in life. Most of us want to leave footprints. Yet finding and clearly defining what that is can be elusive…

Secrets of Satisfying Careers – [Leadership Advantage]

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Published on January 27, 2020

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