Do the Work You Were Born to Do

Some people are lucky enough to know what they want to do in life from the time they’re in diapers.

There are people who were always going to be doctors, people whose athletic skills destined them for the Big Leagues, people who always knew they wanted to study spiders, fish, the economy, etc.

If you’re over 30 and you still don’t know what you want to do “when you grow up,” here are a few tidbits to consider. Read More

Find Your Passion and a New Career Path

craftswoman celebratingLast week I suggested that if you’re not passionate about anything in particular, you might be depressed.

(See last week’s post, Is Depression Hiding Your Career Path?)

If you’re not depressed, or if it feels like that’s not the whole story, we might be looking at another culprit.

Bear with me while I set the scene…

When you were a kid (yes, we’re going back there again), your parents, other caregivers and teachers were careful to provide you with the tools you would need to get by in the world as an adult. Read More