I’ve met many people who have never, ever had the job they actually want. They surf their way through every day in a haze of corporate worry and little job satisfaction.
Something has got in the way of them achieving this goal and I think I’ve worked it out to be one of three things:
- Money. They can’t live on the money that they’d probably end up earning with their new career.
- Belief: They really don’t think they’d ever get a job being a window dresser, train driver, put your idea here..
- Comfort: They’re too comfortable and happy to following the other lemmings being bullied in a corporate environment, taking the bosses sh*t and not complaining.
You only get one chance of life. If you are young, there is no excuse, get your motivation up and do what you think is right.
Older people? I can emphasize with you. Life is pretty tough but you can make a plan and build a picture to change your life. Visit a life-coach. Invest a few pounds to actually dig into how you really can find the inspiration to go and change your life.
Doing something you love doing is worth more than money. I know, I did it.
Callum McCormick. Founder of Barclay Anderson (and BarclayJames.co.uk.)