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A Golden Advice

If I were asked to give what I consider the single most useful bit of advice for all humanity, it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life, and when it comes, hold your head high. Look it squarely in the eye, and say, “I will be bigger than you. You cannot defeat me.

Ann Landers

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What career to choose?

I’ve always wondered about the relationship between money and the career we choose when we first finish high school and decide to get into a career education.

What should students do when deciding on their future career? Should they think MONEY or what I like to be and the role I choose to be in life.

Researchers say that people who earn enough to pay their bills and still be able to enjoy life within middle class standard report to be enjoying life more than those struggle to pay their monthly expenses. Another interesting research says that we often compare our living standards with those of our friends, peers and colleagues and if we don’t measure up, we are less happy.

A job that offers a middle- class income will allow us to get through life demands but will not at the same token allow us to enjoy other things that rich people enjoy.
So the Big question here is: Should we follow our dreams or decide on the cash?
Now I’m not a cash or happiness coach, so I tries to find out the opinion of those people whom help other people find happiness and richness, and as obvious as it can be most of them say that we should seek BOTH.
We all know of those people when deciding on career they look for the big Buck, and here is the mistake they make. How can you be creative, successful and motivated if you are doing something you do not like! Where are you going to find the ability to expand your full potential stuck in a job that does not give you the satisfaction you crave and deserve?

Other people they pursue their dreams and regardless of the income they will be earning they go for what they believe in and make it happen. Now many people reading this might think well that is the right way to do, and although I completely respect your opinion I would personally think this is a mistake that one will come to regret in time.

A good income is a Stability, freedom of poverty...and many more. Now I’m not saying in any way that money or a good income is happiness but it is an important ingredient on the road to it.

Seeking both a career you enjoy and a good secure income are important together in order to be able to create a happy harmonic atmosphere around you for your sake, family and anyone who might become affected by either your dislike or failure in your career or the heavy daily responsibilities that you carry around and able to meet.

They key here is to learn how to become a self motivating person that will always think big. Be true to their dreams but at the same token able to defeat difficult circumstances and never ever feel sorry for yourself because let’s face it at the end of the day it is and was your decisions that carried you to where you are now No matter what career you go for!

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