A question which comes to my mind before going to work everyday. People give very different responses to this question.
Some love their jobs and can totally amaze the hell out of you by their response while some don’t.
Professionals working for big IT Giants believe that they get a chance to think out of the box by permuting live scenarios into some lines of codes, can play around with data, get opportunity to travel on -site for work(which indeed attracts the younger geneartion the most). Along with this they find real joy in doing social work as their corporate social responsibility.
Whereas soldiers of Indian Armed forces think of it not as a career option, but as a way of life. They get the opportunity to serve their own mother land and what could be better than a Service before Self.
Doctors think they get to know the patient’s entire family, as allergies are often hereditary. It’s fun to help patients. They love that they get to make people’s quality of life better and healthier.
Designers/Architects find their jobs really interesting. They say they transform their imagination into reality through their designs. They get the opportunity to learn about new trends in industry as well as technology. Turning one’s hobby into profession is not everyone’s cup of tea.
A few others just do it for money/responsibility and don’t enjoy their job at all.
When you were a child you dreamed big as there is no ceiling to a child’s dream.
Some choose the typical police officer, fire fighter, doctor, engineer while most others choose Scientist, Olympian, Actor, Model.
As children grow and develop, they begin to show interest in many different things. They start to give attention to certain things that align with their interests, of which some, of course, will again turn into dreams.
As kids grow up, they do begin to realize they may not necessarily be the next Cristiano Ronaldo or Justin Bieber. In the middle school, the focus shifts to more realistic (and admittedly less glamorous) career options.
By high school, the pro athlete ambition comes to the Bottom of the list, and the majority of the most popular jobs are the realistic options : Writer, Engineer, Scientist, Teacher and Doctor.
Around only one-fifth of people do transfer their childhood career fantasies into reality when they enter the job force.
What about rest of the people? Are their dreams completely shattered or the child inside them is still thinking to turn them into reality?
How can we bring back to life the faith and the ambition of our childhood. It all begins and ends with The Power of Belief!
Forget everything that you thought you know. Develop a winning mindset by getting back to your childhood roots and find your BELIEFS.
Start making a little progress in achieving what you believe everyday.