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Apply Your Heart Virtue In Your Career
Our careers don't represent what we're necessarily good at. They are actual...
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Our careers don't represent what we're necessarily good at. They are actually where our passions lie. Find out more.
Let’s talk about our heart virtue and how we can apply it in our career.
Our career, we think, is what we’re good at. What I’ve discovered is, the most rewarding careers are not what your good at - they are actually where your passions lie. And there’s a triangle for identifying what that career is going to be.
The first leg of that triangle, the first point is your heart virtue, the one thing you are most passionate about, that most motivates you.
The second point of that triangle is going to be your pain. Your pain is your credential, for instance: if I told you, you had cancer and I said, “You could speak to someone that is a specialist in cancer” or “You could speak to someone that’s had cancer and has healed from it”, who would you rather talk to? Clearly, the person that has experienced cancer is more qualified then the doctor because they’ve been through it. So your pain is your credential.
And your fear, that’s your direction - heading in the direction of the things you most fear. And taking those three and putting them together will give you the most rewarding career of your life.