Being good at something is no justification for making it your career

There’s this obsession these days about making good CAREER choices.

The preoccupation with the term ‘career’ might have originated in the idea that if we enjoy our work, we will be successful. So, finding the right career is finding a match between you natural abilities and hobbies, and the demand for these qualities in the job market.

Besides, those employees who do what they enjoy are more respected in society. Consider the job of a telephone operator and that of an advertising executive.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Yashi Srivastava
    Jan 15, 2013 @ 19:45:20

    I fell in love with your blog as soon as I visited ..and after reading your posts, I knew I should trust my instincts. 🙂


  2. Michelle D'souza
    Feb 04, 2013 @ 13:16:44

    Thanks Yashi…Split Strings is an interesting name, btw.


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