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Answer 5 Basic Questions And We'll Tell You Whether You Chose The Right Career
Ever since you were little, you've always been a very creative person. You are more interested in collecting experiences than objects. You are, of course, a fan of using tools that allow you to express yourself (computers, guitar, paints). It is possible that you have put your passion aside to dedicate yourself to something more "serious". If that hasn't happened, congratulations! If that is the case, don't become discouraged. Remember that there's always time!
Ever since you were a child, you have always had a love for the natural world. While everyone else had their nose in a book or their eyes glued to the TV, you were enjoying playing outdoors. You are passionate about the human body, although it seems to freak most people out. If you didn't follow your dream of working in medicine, perhaps it isn't too late to pursue it. If you did, congratulations! You're in the right place!
You love to share your knowledge with other people. Any time that you're moved by a documentary, or a piece of art, or a great book, you can’t wait to tell others about it. If you followed your dream of teaching, congratulations. If you didn't follow your dream, remember that you don't need to be a teacher to share experiences and learning with others.
You’re most interested in what’s actually happening in the world. You are a critical person who is always looking beyond the surface of a story. You get really bored in routine jobs and you are always trying to get out of your comfort zone and have new experiences. You probably write for a living, but if you don't, carve out some free time to write, even if it's just as a hobby.
You have always seen yourself as someone with the potential to start things. Money is a very important aspect of your life and you love to spend time thinking about how to get more of it, invest it, and use it wisely. You have all the talent you need to work in business, so if you haven't done so yet, go and do it.
You have a particular talent for listening to other people. In your group of friends, you're the one everyone else goes to with their quarrels and concerns. You like to get out of your own head and try to understand how other people think. If you studied psychology, you made the right decision. If not, that's fine; you can continue being the sensible one in your social circle.