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  1. There is an approach that helps you determine your vocation. Take a piece of paper and start answering the following questions. Be completely honest with yourself and write whatever comes to mind. The main thing is not to think too hard.

    1. What do I like to do? – What brings you pleasure when you do this?�
    2. What am I doing well? – What skills do you have that you can do well?
    3. What does the world need? – What needs and interests do people in your environment or in a wider circle of people have?
    4. What can you be paid money for? – What are people willing to pay you money for and how much are they willing to do it?
      As you probably already understood , the goal is to find something that will meet all four criteria: when you do what you love, you do it well and professionally, other people need it, and they are willing to pay you money for it!

    The main thing is that all four criteria coincide, because if only some three coincide, then different feelings of discomfort may arise, for example, a sense of one's own uselessness, emptiness,and uncertainty. Or just no money!

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    Good luck to you!

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  1. Some people are lucky in life and find their recognition quickly, often by accident. For others, it takes many, many years. You can think of Samuel L. Jackson, whose career as a coach began at 43. Therefore, you need to spend your whole life looking for something new, new impressions, achievements, hobbies, in order (perhaps at the most unexpected moment for you) to find “your own”.

  2. Try a lot of different things, to which at least a little soul lies, and find. Of course, it will take a lot of time, but otherwise-no way. Therefore, you should start looking early.

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