What Would Help You Most?

I admit it, I’m sometimes clueless as to what my audience wants to see on this site. You probably stumbled upon this site while doing career research. But did you get anywhere? Have you made any real progress? Have you taken any actions toward taking charge of your life? If not, I’m not doing my job. I want you to become a person who takes action and sculpts the kind of life that you’re truly happy about; not someone who starts a hundred things and finishes none. I want you to see that you CAN be that person and that becoming that person will bring you success and happiness. So I ask you, what do you need help with? What specific issues are you having in relation to your career search or some other area of your life?

3 thoughts on “What Would Help You Most?”

  1. Hmmm… I think that I actually stumbled onto this site accidentally… I am curious to see how others think, and how much of this personality thing plays into what makes me tick. I wonder if there are others who think and work in the same way as me…
    I personally love going to sites that offers advice and testimonials of people who love what they do, and how they got there. One of my favourites is “Art of Manliness”- you never know when tips for wrestling a gator, or surviving an avalanche might come in handy- hahah!
    Personally, for careers I love what I do right now… but I would love to add more (when I am not too busy juggling everything just to make it through the week…. I have to admit, though, I get a strange thrill out of multi-tasking like this). For careers in the future that I would LOVE to add:
    private pilot (eventually helicopters for search and rescue),
    foreign English language teacher (I have been looking at i-to-i programs… can’t wait!)
    Peace Corp,
    deckhand (there are programs out there where you can work whilst sailing nine months around the world at a time!!!!)
    Antarctica EMT/FF
    On top of that, any odd jobs I can do while studying overseas (newspaper delivery, artist, painter, tour guide, dog walker, busker, fisherman, tomato picker, etc.)
    For my EXTREME wishlist, I would also add film director, score writer, and author- especially children’s stories and faerie tales.
    For this site? Just keep it honest, open, and awesome! Thanks for offering this website! 🙂
    Personally, I would prefer to skip the language… but otherwise, love the site!

  2. I am happy to report that I have taken steps to finally get the career that I know I will love. I have applied to go back to college. I’m currently awaiting my official acceptance which I don’t see a problem with. I also put in my application for the Social Work program. Really can’t imagine not being accepted there either, but if for some reason the program is full and I can’t get in I will go for my Psychology degree. Either way my desire is to work with children that are on the Autism spectrum, emotionally disturbed, and various other psychological disorders. I was given an awesome opportunity last summer to work a sleep-away camp with these children, and it was a life changing experience for me. I will be working this summer again at the sleep-away camp and my employer was thrilled to hear I will be going back to school to further my education. I currently have my Associates degree. I’m determined now to continue until I get my Master’s degree. By the way, I am fifty years old, so it is never too late.
    I would like to thank you for your posts. They have been very inspirational, and motivational, and really helped me to make my decision to move forward. 🙂

    • Sharon,
      I LOVE testimonials like this! 😀 ABSOLUTELY- it is never EVER too late!
      Wishing you the very best in all of your future endeavours.


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