Confused about your career? Good! Now do this…

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In a world where we’re all pressured into knowing exactly what we should be doing for work, it’s easy to get disappointed when you feel confused about your career. Your social media feed is full of other people getting job promotions or taking the leap into entrepreneurship. Meanwhile, you’re stuck wondering what to do next. While you may be thinking that being confused is a bad thing, it’s probably exactly what you need to create a breakthrough.

Confused Business People

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Prepare Like An Olympian

What makes an athlete, an Olympian? Surely there are many things that contribute to their success: positive habits, willpower, superior practice…the list goes on. All of these things add up to them being world class in their sport. To put it simply, they are master preparers. They spend years preparing for only moments in time. The more prepared they are, the higher the chances those moments turn into a lifetime of fame.

Olympian Swimmer

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Consuming Negativity, Consumes Us

By the time FDR was elected into office the first time, the Great Depression was at it’s worst. People were suffering immeasurable obstacles and hope was at an all time low. During his inaugural address, he left us with a quote that will forever be marked in the history books: “The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.”

Woman attached to TV

His plea to the American people was to ignore all that was wrong, as with increased focus comes increased despair. Only by ignoring the negativity and fear, can we begin to see new opportunities that lead to new prosperities. This mentality was latched onto by the American people 75 years ago, but has been lost since. It has faded away as mainstream media has infiltrated our world. Although increased access to worldly events has brought many great things to us, I believe it has been for the worse.

Why? Because bad news dominates the headlines. Everybody knows that. What many people don’t understand is how it affects us subconsciously.

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You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine. – John C. Maxwell

Top 10 Success Books To Help You Start Reading Again

Technology has revolutionized the information industry. We can now access information quicker and easier than ever before. If you need to look up directions to the stadium or know who the CEO of Tesla is, the answer is less than 5 seconds away. And yet, in the new age of rapid information, there is a special place for consuming content – the old fashion way.

Inspired Reading on the Beach

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Leadership and Learning
Start With Why

Start With Why

Start With Why is about a way of thinking, acting, & communicating that gives leaders the ability to inspire those around them. When you are able to inspire, whether at work or in your personal life, you become so much more valuable. And when you become valuable, you will ultimately build lasting success.

If you are early in your career, you have to start understanding that people don’t buy WHAT you do, they buy WHY you do it. If you can convey they WHY – the rest won’t matter. Great read, very engaging, and easily one of the top books to reference for leadership and inspiration.

If you’re walking down the right path and you’re willing to keep walking, eventually you’ll make progress.

-Barack Obama