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  1. It's good to start by sitting down and thinking about it.

    30 minutes, without a phone or people nearby, in silence.

    Write at the top of the sheet: “who do I want to become/what do I want to devote my life to”? and list everything that comes to mind. It doesn't matter if it's all nonsense at first. If you continue to write, the quality of responses will improve.

    At some point, you will feel that this is it, something interesting. Mark this answer for yourself, and when you're done, think about what you like about this business, what attracts you to it.

    Another method is to take the MBTI personality test (I wrote about it here) and then see what professions are suitable for your type.

    The test, of course, is not a panacea, but it shows the general features well.

    When you have letters of your own type (for example, INTP), enter them in the search engine and read career sites, again, noticing which professions respond to you.

    The third method is to create a bucket list (about it here)

    Your task is to expand the range of available options that you know. It is likely that you already have an interest in some business, but you just don't know about it yet.

    Go on the search yourself or come to the program where I can help you personally.

    Good luck to you!

  2. To try something, and not to sit still. If you get carried away-great, do it. I wanted to do something different, try it, it might work out. And so on without end, you can not stop at one thing.

  3. A question that takes absolutely different times for all people to answer. Someone from childhood it is clear that they dream of becoming a doctor or teacher, others have to try many different professions before choosing and having fun.�

    I think that the first case is less common and is most often associated either with a close connection with the family and the repetition of the professional path of mom/dad, as in the case of dynasties (actors, doctors, scientists), or with the fact that a person from an early age was given the opportunity to make decisions for himself, try and make mistakes, feel his desires and�

    Still, much more often people go through the stage of forming their identity and answer the question “who am I?” with the help of trial and error. They go to study, try to work, feel what they like best or what is absolutely wrong, and then correct it further. Sometimes people go through this path naturally as a stage of growing up, and sometimes they resort to the help of psychologists and psychoanalysts to understand where their desires and dreams are. And then they construct the true self, “cleansed” of the expectations imposed by the environment.

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