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Ken Simmons

This might with your situation, which is more common than you think:

Find Your Passion



Also, it would be a good idea to go to the counseling office at your school to arrange to take an interest and aptitude test to see how your personality traits match with various career areas. When you do that and get a good sense of what you might want to do, talk to the director of alumni relations at your school to arrange to talk to graduates who are doing what you think that you want to do. Talk to them. Visit them. Shadow them on the job to make sure that is something that you really want to do.

Answered 2 years ago

Ken Simmons

Rodolfo Cortes Jr

I would suggest 2 things to start. 1. Draw a Venn diagram (two intersecting circles). in on of them write things you are really good at. In the other write things you are passionate about or love to do. Find things that can be in both, and there is a great place to look for opportunities!
2. Instead of looking for "What" you want, you should first ask yourself "Why?' If you start with why, the what and how will follow.

hope that helps!

Answered 4 years ago

Rodolfo Cortes Jr