I Don’t Know What to do With My Life & Career

It is at this point that you are asking yourself the question, “I don’t know what I want to do with my life.” You have most likely just experienced a loss or a period of intense sorrow that has left you feeling destabilized or has caused you to question the meaning of your existence. Alternatively, you may feel that what you are currently doing makes no sense to you and that you are feeling empty.

The good news is that you are on the correct path; simply posing the issue in a serious manner will assist us in determining the correct answer.

The vast majority of individuals spend their whole lives never asking themselves this fundamental issue, instead of becoming entangled or stagnant as a result of failing to ask themselves the fundamental question: what should I do with my life?

Our innermost wishes are to live the best life possible and to attract our deepest aspirations, but if we do not know what they are, we will never be able to achieve these goals.

What should you do if you’re stuck and don’t know what to do?

The first thing you should know is that no one can tell you what to do with your life; the only person who can give you that answer is you yourself. 

The first thing you should know is that no one can tell you what to do with your life; the only person who can give you that answer is you yourself. 

What should you say in response to the statement “I don’t know what I want to do with my life”?

Make a vertical line along the center of a blank piece of paper, splitting the page into two columns, then fold the paper in half.

You would make a list of the things you want, your desires, and what you want to have in your life in the column on the left side, and you would try to bring those things into your life.

Alternatively, you might say, “If I want this, but…” or “But…” if I didn’t have this or meant to say something like that in the right column. Consider the following scenario: I want to live in a foreign country, but I do not want to be away from my family.

Concentrate on the desires for which you have no “buts,” since even if you tell yourself that it doesn’t matter, I want it anyhow, a part of you will always try to undermine your efforts to realize that want unintentionally.

Make another list of the things that you have accomplished up to this point in your life that you believe to be the most significant accomplishments.

After that, circle the two that have brought you the greatest happiness.

We’ve been writing to help you figure out what you want to do with your life, and this time we’re going to write about the five primary things that I’d like to do for a job if I could.

We choose one of these five things that I would undertake for free, meaning that I would not be compensated in any way for it.

Write down the three things that you believe you do better than everyone else. It may be an activity in and of itself, such as I bake the finest cakes in the world, or it can be a characteristic such as public speaking ability. Choose the activity that you find the most enjoyable out of the ones listed above.

Your mental state has improved and you can see the path forward with greater clarity at this point in time. Whatever you choose to do, always strive to be the greatest at what you are doing.

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What am I supposed to do with my life? –  Law of attraction

Given that we are not taught from infancy about what to do with our lives, or about our mission in life, it stands to reason that if we are fortunate enough to get to this crossroads in our lives, we will feel fortunate.

It’s possible that you haven’t recognized it yet, but when you reach the point where you say, “I don’t know what to do with my life,” you are in the midst of a wonderful moment: the time to start again, the moment to create, the moment to simply be.

So as we do not ask ourselves the question: “What am I supposed to accomplish with my life?” Nothing will change in the near future. Dare to make a difference in the world!

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Hannah Smith
Hannah Smith

Hi, I’m Hannah. I am a Numerologist & a Spiritual guide. I write about Spiritual healing, Tarot reading, the Law of Attraction, Manifestation, Dream Interpretation, Angel numbers meaning in the bible, Islam (also Twin Flames Reunion & Separation), Affirmations, and many more things. Thank you for visiting.

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