6 Steps to a Career Growth
Success After a Success
Most of the people thinks that getting a job is success but actually it doesn’t works for everyone. Money doesn't satisfy you unless you have interest in something and you have passion in something. But the question is HOW?
So to find the answer of this question I asked my friend to walk with me and I have something to for you. Which are these 6 Tips:
- Find your passion and align it with your career
- Decisions are very unique to each person, what’s right for one isn’t right for the other
- Own your decisions: Don’t let other people make decisions for you and don’t blame anyone else
- Do an internship before pursuing a higher degree to confirm if you like that field/industry
- Don’t do PhD if you want to be an entrepreneur or work in corporate sector
- Spend at least one year in your first job
Tip 1: we discussed was that whatever you enjoy make that your profession, understand who you are, Job itself becomes a motivation.
Tip 2: When you take a decision evaluate it and then own it, every has his/her own perception in that manner different people have different decisions so one have to deal with it.
Tip 3: Your life is something you have to live no body have to live your life, don’t give your remotes to others.
Do an internship to know that whether you are on a track of what you will enjoy in your life otherwise its still not late change the track in which you find passion.
Tip 5: Don’t go for PHD if you want to be an entrepreneur because in that manner you will be more risk averse, you will start focusing on small issues and topis and forgets about the big picture. PHD is helpful if you want to teach or want to research in something to go deep inside into something a narrower study.
Tip 6: Spend at least 1 year at your job that gives you a lot of learning and also a good impression on the next job Learn how the organizations operate. You even learn at a worst job with a worst boss. be a life long learner.
So we both learnt a lot by sharing these tips it was a great experience.