KC: Even though I don’t like what I’m doing I don’t know what my heart’s desire is. I honor my frustration and am open to shifting that.
KC: Even though I don’t have a clue as to what would make me happy I’m open to discovering that.
KC: Even though I don’t think I have a passion I’m open to the possibility.
EB: I don’t know what my heart’s desire is
SE: I don’t have time to figure it out
UE: I feel like a looser
UN: I can’t figure out what I’m excellent at
CH: I feel so frustrated
CB: I can’t make money at the things I like
UA: I’m not great at the things I do
TH: I don’t know what I like
EB: I just don’t feel good about myself
SE: What if I shifted my focus
UE: I have a great personality
UN: People like being around me
CH: I’m smart
CB: I always do my best
UA: I like working with people who appreciate me
TH: I even like cheering others up
EB: What would I do if money wasn’t a barrier
SE: Maybe I could start volunteering and see what happens
UE: I’ve heard that can lead to a job
UN: I care about a few things
CH: There are always weekend events in the areas I enjoy
CB: I could volunteer to work the event and get to know people
UA: Oh, I don’t have to figure it out fight now
TH: I can start testing the waters to see what sparks my interest
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: I can start seeing where and how I can be of service and that might lead to a career I never thought of. I like helping people and this might be just the ticket to figuring out what I’m passionate about.
So go out and have a great weekend. Look around for events that you enjoy and check out their website and enquire how you might work one of the events. Then start talking to the people there for the types of jobs that the organization employees- sometimes they train you?!?!?