Life Hacks: How To Make Meaningful Life Decisions

Life hacks: How To Make Meaningful Life Decisions


Life Hacks: How To Make Meaningful Life Decisions 


This write up is for two sets of people: Those who have no idea of what they want to do, 
and those who have too many ideas of what to do.

Those who have no idea of what they want to do.

1. Congratulations, you have admitted to yourself that you want to do something, that’s the most important step. However, you don’t know what to do. That’s why I’m here, to help you decide. First, you need to ask yourself these questions; what do you enjoy doing? (If you have no idea, it’s OK, just ask yourself the next question.)

2. Is there anyone you envy? What does the person do? (You still don’t know? Not to worry, ask yourself the next just question)

3. Are you the type that can do anything legal for a living? (If yes, go back to number 2) (If no, continue to number 4).

4. Can you sell a particular product? (If yes, will it be consumable products or non-consumable products?) (If no, create a list of work and try each out till you figure out what you like.)

Those who have too many ideas of what to do. 

1. Being “Jack of all trades, master of none” is not good for one’s career. So, of all the plenty ideas, you need to streamline by asking yourself the following questions;
Of all the things in your head, which two of the things do you enjoy doing most? (If more than two, proceed to number 2)

2. What are you good at doing? (If nothing, proceed to number 3)

3. Would you like a white collar job or start your own business? (If you like a white collar job, of the streamlined career paths, which collar job, will be more fun to do?) (If you would like to start your own business, do you have a capital source? If no, you still need a job. Which will pay well -enabling you to save enough money for a short while-?) If you still can’t decide, proceed to number 4.

4. Who are you proud of because of the job he/she is doing? (It’s OK to want to be like someone if you are not a dreamer; the most important thing is finding happiness and doing well.).

Now that you have read this, you may decide to follow or just get a clue, either ways, find your passion.

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