Message from the Universe
“What if your greatest success in this lifetime is to come from a completely unexpected field?
And it will be made possible because you followed your heart in all of the expected fields?
Have you considered that?
It’s all for you,
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
You may be one of the few to get into a field of work that you would have never imagine to be in and succeed beyond your imagination. It is also possible that whatever you were meant to do in life will bring you greater joy than the trade you studied in school for. No matter what you do with your career, or wherever you end up to be, I would recommend to go with what you believe you can excel at. Find your strength and work towards making it greater. You want to discover new opportunities in life and better yourself at every turn. Nothing will come as you expect, because life doesn’t work this way, unfortunately. You want to look at ways to increase your changes to a more fulfilling life, and this would be the way to approach it. More you expect things to go your way, more disappointed you will be. Learn to surf life and swim with the tide, and not against it. Focus on what’s important to you, and not what others are expecting you to become.
There is no point to follow the crowd and do whatever everyone else is doing. This won’t do any good for you. You will end up miserable and discontent with your life. You want to live life with a more optimistic perspective, and if you don’t risk anything, you won’t experience anything substantial in life. With greater risks come greater results. It may be stressful at times as no one really knows what to expect from the risks we take in life, but that is how everything works. Remember that you are NOT the only one taking risk, or venturing into something that may make you lose a little fortune, but the truth of the matter is that you may also gain a small fortune. Every is relative to what you invest. If you risk big, you will experience big, and the opposite also works the same way. The most important lesson is to NOT regret anything that you wanted to do but were too afraid to go for. I agree that the unknown is scary, and I am not saying that it might not hurt, but the pain will be greater if you didn’t at least try to go out there and give it your all.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD, MBA, CLC
Author/Inspirational Speaker/Life Coach