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Timeca

Well, this is good to know that you have many different areas that you are considering vs. just one. It's always good to have options in life, just in case one thing doesn't work out or if you change your mind. So, for starters you could take an assessment test to see what areas would be the best match for you. Also, I would suggest jotting these areas down on paper and under each area, add some additional things you could do with each career. Think this through and brainstorm your ideas. Whichever area makes that "Light Bulb" pop up in your head and that would seem the MOST interesting, I would go with that one.

Answered 1 year ago

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Joelle Brinkley

It's great to hear that you have passions for many things. I always start out looking at my local library resources and taking online quizzes to see what careers might fit me best. No one said that you have to do just one thing for the rest of your life. You might try reading "The Renaissance Soul" which is about people with lots of passions.

Answered 2 years ago

Joelle Brinkley