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Dear Ankitaa, I read about, how you struggle in your life to get achievement. Really inspire me.
Dear Ankitaa, I read about, how you struggle in your life to get achievement. Really inspire me. I am also career breaker for some personal issue.Now everything is fine. I have done my MCA in 2007. I have 3 years of experience in two different field i.e IT Software and Academic. Now I want to again restart my career. Please help me.
12 Mar 2017, 07:06pm
Hi Snehalata, Thanks for your kind words. I'm glad I could inspire you to take action in your life. I'll be right here to support you in this journey. You mentioned you have experience in 2 different fields but you didn't mention if you would like to go back to either of these fields. If you're undecided of what to choose - either from these 2 fields or a brand new line of work itself - first evaluate what you would want to do. Forget technical expertise. Forget educational qualifications. Think about what you want to do. Take me for example - I started my career in Business Intelligence reporting. But when I had to let go of that, simply because I was not in the USA anymore, I chose web development and writing as my lines of work because web development had always been a passion and writing was something I felt I was naturally good at. I still get Cognos calls even today but I won't go back because I love what I do now. So think about it. Where is your passion? Figuring that out takes a lot of time. Ask others around you too, but don't take their advice too literally. Just listen and note it down somewhere for comparison with your own thoughts. You know yourself the best. And there can be hidden sides to you that not even you must have explored so far. I'm an introvert, but everyday I go out of my comfort zone to talk to complete strangers to win projects. People I know told me it was useless to be in my line of work when I started, not because I didn't have the skills, but because they couldn't imagine I could talk easily or even persuasively with strangers for work. I'll wrap up here because I feel finding your line of work takes a lot of deep introspection. Once you have shortlisted your possible dream jobs or careers, then let's pick up the conversation :) Hope that works for you. Good luck! Thank you! Ankitaa Gohain Dalmia
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