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Follow your heart, it knows the way.

This is something that we’ve all heard at least once in our lives. But how many of us actually act upon it? Very sorrowfully, I’d have to say, a very small amount.

While racing to be the best we often lose the vision. We often forget to listen to our hearts. There comes so much commotion that the voice from our hearts starts getting smaller and smaller, and one day it completely disappears.

Difference between a Job and a Career

There is a humungous difference in between a job and a career. A job is something you do simply to earn money; a career is a series of connected employment opportunities. While a job has minimal impact on your future work life, while a career provides experience and learning to fuel your future. A job offers a few networking opportunities, but a career is loaded with them. Working is a necessary evil for most people while a career is doing something that you love and putting your heart and soul into it.

The Secret to a Successful Career

Doing something that you’re not interested in, you do the minimum. Doing something that you absolutely love, you will always go the extra mile. And when you turn that something that you love, into working, with a vision in mind, you will have a blasting, amazing and successful career.

Follow your Heart

We all want to be the best. We all want people to remember our names. We all want to save someone.

Who will save you?

20 years from now when you’re still working in that office that you hate, with your annoying boss and mediocre salary, you will wish to change the past. You will wish to go back in time and listen to your heart. Because if you did, even if you didn’t end up being the best, even if nobody remembers your name, even if you couldn’t save anyone, you would have lived a life happily. And in the end, this is what we all want. Don’t we?

This is the sign you were waiting for. Go out there. Take risks. Do what you love and put your heart, soul into it and make something big out of yourself.

Life’s a climb but the view is great.

 

 

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