Changing careers… Just the idea of doing so generates a plethora of different feelings: Fear, envy, uncertainty, relief. The internet is crowded with advice on careers. Here's some of my addition to it (laughing emoji) To change careers means leaving the known for the unknown, the certain for the hypothetical, the concrete for the abstract, the real for the projected. It also implies facing the judgment of others.
I don't know about you but I have this odd undercurrent of unexplainable feelings coursing through my everyday routine and they seem so difficult to put words to. Sometimes it seems enough to simply say 'today wasn't a good day' and other times it seems hard to pinpoint. It is so important to remind yourself - to be kind to yourself. Repeat after me - "I am no longer going to stress on a little misconception. Things are working out for me for the greater good and I am protected, loved and happy."
After a long pause. The best friend is finally on the verge of giving up on making you understand the positives of life, you take a deep breath and say - Enough Is Enough; It Is What It Is. And at that instant, life feels a lot different. Cue some fantasy music in the background kind of different. Not gonna lie, I myself, like the millions on this Earth, have had a tough (let's be honest - worst) years of my life. It's really been difficult.
Living through our own experience – absorbing the world and people around us as we participate in activities is the best way to learn and assimilate learnings. What cements this is reflection. The more we reflect on what experience teaches us, the better we learn. When we fail to do that, we do not absorb new learnings, and hence repeat mistakes. On the other hand, those who deliberate on experiences, are the ones who add confidence and intent to every step of their lives, continuously upgrading their existence.