Have you ever hit a point in your career where you feel like you’re at a complete loss for where you’re supposed to go and what you’re supposed to do? I have. It is perhaps most common in college students and young professionals. You want a clear answer, but the more you think about it, pray about it, and dream about it, the more uncertain the answer becomes.
The problem for many of us isn’t that we’re incapable of doing great things. It’s that we’re looking for direction from the outside. We’re looking for a sign or a plain-as-day answer to a prayer. However, there is only one meaningful place to start that gets you moving in the right direction.
You must first establish your own identity before discovering your purpose. How do you this? Figure out what you value most in life. What are you most passionate about? Without a firm…
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