It would help if you had a career counselor. It would help if you had a still mind receptive to new ideas.
If you cannot choose a career for yourself, don’t worry today, I’ll give you a different drum to beat.
You may like or dislike my approach, but I promise that after reading this article, your mind will start singing, and your body will dance to that song.
Imagine living in a desert with a laptop with a high-speed internet connection. I just wanted to let you know that no help is available to you from anyone. It’s a village where people need help understanding your language and are unwilling to support you with food and shelter.
What you’ll do?
You’ve got to survive. Either you’ll start doing the work that the rest of the villagers are doing or invent a new way of survival.
You’ve got the most precious asset in the village that no one knows, but you don’t have the skill to leverage.
You don’t have to convince the whole village about what you’ve to offer but train a single man or woman who can deliver your message to them.
You have a product in your hand that can do magic to their children, but they need to learn how this little machine can change the destiny of their future generations.
You know how to read, write, and do basic calculations that no one knows in that remote village.
Do you know what it’s called?
You have the edge over the rest of the villagers. Equipped with a powerful machine, you’re not alone. The whole world of the Internet is there to assist you.
Do you have a game plan to improve the standard of living of these villagers?
Can you make their lives more comfortable?
Do you have an idea that can spark the creativity of their children?
If any one or more answers to these three questions are unequivocal, yes, my dear friend, welcome to the world of entrepreneurship.
You don’t need a job. You’ve discovered a business. You’ve invented a career for yourself out of nothing.