“How do I find the career I love?”

“What should I do with my life?”

“What do I want to be when I grow up?”. 

These are the kinds of questions millions of teenagers and students ask themselves, every day. They shouldn’t. Many have dreams — big dreams of becoming a star athlete, a famous actor, a world-renowned entrepreneur. As we grow older, we’re told to adjust our fantasies so they’re more ‘realistic’. People come to us saying “My parents want me to become a Doctor, so I will”. How crazy is that?

If you have big dreams, make sure they get bigger. Make sure you have enormous scope of ambitions. However, if you want them to become a reality, you have to put in the work. This is for all high school, university students — for everyone, in fact. ‘The bigger the dream, the harder the grind’. It’s quite simple to become successful at the career you want. It, however, is not easy.

To turn your dreams into a reality, put in the hours. This isn’t a motivational speech (it’s not meant to be, anyways) but we at CareerFear encourage people to push themselves to get off their bottoms and work! If your excuse is that ‘but everyone else is relaxing’, our response is – even better! That means you are pushing forward while others slide backwards. If you have large career ambitions, use CareerFear to learn about exactly what it takes, discuss it with your parents and school counselors. But — after you have a plan of action, pursue it relentlessly and doggedly. That’s how you turn your dreams into a reality.

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“How do I find the career I love?”

“What should I do with my life?”

“What do I want to be when I grow up?”

I hope, now, you know what you have to do. Hope this helps.

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