Home » Business » Careers and Jobs

A Dream Job Is Waiting For Everyone

Aug 17, 2007
You know your workplace is just not where you want to be, so what's next? Are you ready to start the race to your dream job? Hey, you know, it's not the most difficult thing to do.

Your work place is past its sell by date and you get no sense of valued from your boss - or the organization. Your colleagues are ready and waiting to do anything to beat you.

Life isn't about a routine of day in, day out in some job you didn't really want. It's awful to feel stuck, when you realize you've still got the rest of your working life to come.

Life is about living and feeling alive, so make some changes and realize your full potential! No one is forcing you to stay in a job you hate and no one is holding you back from your dreams - except yourself, that is.

And the fact, the honest truth that it's all down to you is often the bitterest pill to swallow.

So, what do you really enjoy in life. Is it a hobby or a passion? Whatever it is you love doing is a huge hint! Have you ever thought of turning that hobby into a dream job that you'll look forward to every day? You could turn your hobby into a real, exciting, successful job with a little determination and some close attention.

That's right - it's all about focus. Decide what it is you'd rather be doing, and then find out all you can about how you need to get there. Do your homework on whether you need credentials or qualifications to turn your hobby into employment. Find out the steps you need to make that will bring you to where you want to be and lay down a plan.

Remember, you're not going to get anywhere over night. Miracles don't happen and hard work, effort, and the right choices to move you forward will have amazing results.

If you need training, part time courses or night school can let you keep your day job and work towards a new career in your spare time. Hey, you might even find them in your current workplace, so you can get them for free

Volunteer. Network. Apprentice under someone who excels at what you want to do. Offering free services in exchange for the learning experience can be a great way to break into a new industry or career.

Talk to everyone you know about your plans; the more contacts and support you have, the more it will help you stay focused on your goals and provide opportunities.

Don't give up. Making life changes takes time and isn't always easy. You may face some stumbling blocks along the way to a dream job. If you remember your goals and you've taken the time to lay down your steps and plans, you'll be better prepared to find a way around the obstacle.

Obstacles are valuable opportunities for lessons in achieving what you want. Be prepared to face them and accept the challenge of resolving them. You'll also gain plenty of wisdom and experience while you work towards securing your dream job and a life of happiness and satisfaction.

If you truly believe you can, with no 'glass ceilings' to hold you back you'll release potential and show the world what you can do.

YOU are the ONLY person in charge of your life.

So, go on, take that risk, believe in your own talents and abilities to make good things happen. With the right focus attitude and belief, you are already half-way there!
About the Author
(c) 2007 "How To Land Your Dream Job". You can have the job of your dreams. It takes application, attention and the information you need to get you there, young or old. There's all you need at Martin Haworth's website, http://www.HowToLandYourDreamJob.com
Please Rate:
(Average: Not rated)
Views: 102
Print Email Share
Article Categories