Youths Find Yourself First, Before You Find a Job

The economy only gets better on paper. The list of
bills to pay is growing longer and the influx of
income—relatively thinner. We can’t deny the fact
that a nine-to-five job, can come in quite handy
now than ever.
However, aside from the customary routine of
trying to stay alive, finding employment, making
money, starting a family and raising cool kids,
everybody wants a ‘little extra something’ out of life.

Not everyone necessarily wants to be great or
“change the world” like the crazy egocentric
maniacs do, but every person craves to be more
useful with their hidden genius or natural creative

The unemployment rate increases almost as often
as we turn on the news. Hence, people are literally
cut out for just about anything that brings income, inorder to stay “gainfully” employed. But while we
settle for less on momentary jobs, a lot of us don’t
seem to find the required satisfaction that motivates
us to be more productive. The privilege of changing
our jobs still doesn’t do the trick, as we eventually
grow tired of the new job the same way we did with
the previous one. If you feel this way about your
work, then you’re certainly on the right track
because you deserve a lot more. So, why settle for

You can’t be fulfilled in your job, if you’re slowly
drowning in the wrong profession! If you aren’t
passionate about your line of work, or can’t see
yourself clinging to it on a long term, then you might
have chosen the wrong career path. How much of
your ‘hidden genius’ have you discovered? How
much of your natural creative abilities are directly
connected to your current job? None? Very well,
then; finding a new job to tolerate, should be the
least of your concerns right now.
Often times, the extra fulfillment we seek in life are
tied to our passions—and how well we pursue them

—with the help of our natural gifts. It’s our passion
for something that keeps us going, even when the
pay isn’t exactly right, or when we encounter toxic
discouraging moments. When we fail to crack open our minds to discover what our true identity and passions really are, we continue to be the unhappy
employees who help our bosses achieve their
dreams, while we remain miserable from continual
complains—even though we could be employers of labor ourselves. Why bury your life’s worth just to be enslaved by a regular job that’s driving you
insane, when such valuable time can be invested in a craft you’re gifted in and passionate about?
Find something you’re good at, and work twice as
hard developing yourself on it—even if you have to
intern for free! Market your skills, give every
opportunity a shot, and take up a job that’s wired
into your newfound passion. “If you wanna make
money, stick with what you know and love,” Donald Trump once tweeted. Well, Mr. Trump did stick with
his love for business—and a rare gift of attracting
hatred from women, look where it got him… 

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