How do I find my career goal?

Oh, I've been asking myself this question for 10 years, and it's a question I hear regularly in the first conversation with clients.

While the answer to this question would be too extensive here (it's actually part of mine ), there are some important factors to consider:Online programs

  1. There is no moment when you suddenly wake up and know what you want; it's a process of learning through experience to understand which direction you want to go in.
  2. It can change. Your professional purpose can change. At 5 years old you might have wanted to be a firefighter, at 20 a management consultant and at 50 an entrepreneur. Be okay with the fact that it can change.
  3. Your professional purpose develops through a good mix of experience and self-reflection. Recognize patterns and experiences so that you can apply them.
  4. Don't put yourself under pressure; this creates barriers to your own experiences and self-reflection. Instead of looking for THE job, find the values and motivations that drive you. If you have these, you can probably find several jobs that match your professional purpose.

But the most important thing is to know that it's never too late to find your professional purpose and follow it. Life is too short to do things you don't enjoy. Embark on this journey and pursue the goals that are important to you!