Recent studies have found that as many as two out of every three employees feel stuck in their current roles because they do not have clear opportunities to grow and develop in their careers. With the unfortunate state of the economy, most organization are operating very lean and managers just do not have the time to invest in helping their teams grow and develop.
People follow what they feel. Look at anyone taking action in the world, and you will find that they’re motivated on some level by emotion. Sure, there’s necessity and survival; logic and habit – but even within these reasons, people are still following what they feel. We follow inspiration, not instructions.
Making a decision on a career is not something to be taken lightly. You must realize who you are or you will almost certainly end up in a job where you will feel frustrated and unhappy day after day. You must look inside yourself and analyze and evaluate. The value of self assessments in this regard should be considered.