How To Find Your Path In Life

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Finding your own path in life is not something that everyone manages to do, but it is something that everyone should try to do. We are all destined for something, and it seems a shame that often that ‘something’ is a missed opportunity rather than something that goes on to make us happier than anything else could. So if you want to find your path in life and follow it, here are some ideas how you can.

Find Your Path In Life

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Quit

If you’re doing something that you don’t like, that you don’t enjoy, which is pulling you down and making you miserable or even physically unwell, quit. There is no shame in stepping away from something that’s not working for you. Staying in a job, for example, that you hate will make you depressed, stressed, and could cause you physical pain let alone mental hardship. Staying in the job might be the easiest and safest course of action, but that doesn’t mean it’s the right one. You can now look online to find a potential new career, and if it doesn’t make sense financially to quit your job and study full time, you can start an evening course or correspondence learning module instead. There are so many options. For those who love the idea of being an ultrasound technician, for example, you can find the best ultrasound technician schools online and then discuss your options with the admissions office. The same is true for teaching or becoming a vet. Plus there are careers that don’t need a college degree or qualification, but that might suit you perfectly. What about joining the army or becoming an artist? Do what makes you happy.

Be Curious

Curiosity is a good thing when it comes to finding your path in life. If you keep asking questions, keep wondering why, keep trying new things, one day you will discover the thing that you were born to do. You’ll find so much more along the way than you ever would if you never asked a single question or wondered about anything. Even if you don’t find your path, you’ll see a huge amount more than many other people ever will, and that’s very special indeed. Your passion doesn’t have to be your job, remember. Your passion can be a hobby, or a place, or a person, or an animal. Be open to everything.

Go Into The Past

If you truly want to find your passion and it has so far eluded you, think back to when you were a kid. What did you really love to do? When there were no restrictions, no expectations, no arbitrary society rules, what was it that you rushed home from school to do? What was it that you loved more than anything during the long summer vacation? Do it again. If nothing else, it will remind you of a time where you had no responsibilities and life was incredible, and that might be enough to start your brain thinking about your real passion.



Drew Hendricks is a professional business and startup blogger that writes for a variety of sites including The Huffington Post, Forbes and Technorati. Drew has worked at a variety of different startups as well as large advertising agencies.