You're Not Indecisive, You're Passionate

With the seemingly unlimited amount of career opportunities available in today’s world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the number of choices available to us.

This can lead to overthinking, anxiety, and sometimes inaction.

But being indecisive about a life choice doesn’t mean you’ll never reach success or that you’re incapable of making a decision.

To me, it means that you’re passionate about the things you participate in and value making the best decision for yourself.

College teachers told us that it's bad to job hop, but I don't think it's necessarily a bad thing. If a job isn't right for you, there's thousands of others out there that may be a better fit.

Don't sacrifice a portion of your life and stay at a job you hate just because someone said you should.

And if you’ve felt indecisive about what career you want to follow, you’re not alone. Trying to find a job that aligns with your values and is something you enjoy is tough.

Millennials have been labeled a lot of different things by society, but if there’s one thing that’s true about us — it’s that we want to be happy. We value experiences. We value time freedom. We want to find our purpose and our passion.

And passion is what breeds success.

Finding a job that aligns with your passion can take time, but when you find your true passion, you can feel it. You start to move and live different. It’s a rewarding and uplifting feeling.

Being indecisive and thinking through decisions isn't a negative thing. It means you value yourself and the positions you put yourself in.

If you feel like you don't know what career path you want to follow yet, it's okay.

You're not indecisive, you're passionate.


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