Finding Your Passion to Guide Your Career
We have all heard that if you do what you love, then it will not feel like work, and the money will follow. But when you feel unfulfilled at work, your career is a dead weight that you drag around even in your free time.
What if you have no idea what your passion is?
So many of us get boxed into a career where we can perform adequately, but it just doesn’t tap into our core strengths and desires. The secret is to focus on your unique talents, skills, and experience that produce the most value.
Join this in-depth interview with Alexandra Levit where she will explore ways to consider your career in a new light: How to create the career that gives you an opportunity to excel.
When you persevere and look for opportunities, you’ll ultimately succeed. By capitalizing on your unique passions and gifts, you’re one step ahead of those who do not.
- How to carve out a career path
- How to excel and obtain skills that could be valuable, but do not appear to be at first
- How to deal with rejection
- How to take risks
- How to overcome obstacles that seem to pop up at the worst of times
- How to focus your energy
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Alexandra Levit is a business and workplace author, speaker, and consultant. She is a former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal and current writer for the New York Times, and has authored several books, including the bestselling They Don't Teach Corporate in College, How'd You Score That Gig?,and Blind Spots: 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path to Success. Her goal is to help people find meaningful jobs—quickly and simply—and to succeed beyond measure once they get there.