9 tips for finding the right job

'I have no way of working that contradicts my character. I will only get rich by doing the work that I enjoy '' who became a billionaire. After announcing the sentence, it was T. Harv Eker.

T.Harv Eker changed his life from someone who had nothing to become a millionaire in just two and a half years! He is the founder and president of Peak Potentials Training. North America's fastest-growing personalization company and author of the world's best-selling book 'Secrets of the Millionaire Mind'.

Those who are known as the happy rich or the billionaire All based on doing what they like as a career. Because in working it surely full of many obstacles and thorns. So, if you don't love what you do, would not be able to bear doing those things to be rich until becoming a billionaire. Like all professional athletes Which could not be lazy to practice at all Despite reaching the peak of his career.

Some might say 'Work is to make money. Earn money to sustain life ' But even if you make a lot of money but not happy in work, finally, people who think like this often have to be immersed in the illness that is caused by stress. For this reason, the happy billionaire Therefore not working for money or just for wealth. But he will do the job, honey. Happy to work and the work they do is beneficial to many others.

So how do we find the right job? Let's find out in this article by starting with


1. Hobby

Think about what you like to do each day, such as drawing, playing sports, reading, because these are your favorite things and you willing to do it without a salary. Who knows, your hobby could one day become a career in the future.

2. Consider your own abilities

Don't say you have nothing. Everyone has some ability but it's just different. You may good at singing or which subject is especially good when studying. Try to observe yourself.

3. Equipment

The equipment you need to do your work will help you find yourself easily. For example, if you love being surrounded by clothes, you could be a designer, a seamstress, etc., Or if you love reading, like being with a favorite book, you might as well be a good writer.

4. When are you happiest?

From childhood to growing up at what age were you most happy? Think back to what you like to do. Maybe you have come across something that you like for a long time. But never realized it was possible.

5. Use online as a wizard.

There are several websites out there that help you get to know the career that fits your preferences through taking quizzes or various assessments without charge. Let's go find and do it. Maybe you might find your dream career.

6. Write your top 5 preferences

Try to rank five things that you love to do, which can be anything. It doesn't have to be your area of ​​expertise. And try to do what this list comes to. It may help to find a path that you enjoy.

7. Write the top 5 professions you think are right for you

Try to write out as many professions as you can imagine. Then look at the careers that match your preferences in this list you may find a career that you like as well.

8. Imagine

Imagine yourself working in the position you had in mind. What should your work be like? What are your colleagues and workplace like? and write it out. Will make you know more clearly that do you really like and know the work that you have chosen?

9. Try going out and learning new things, doing something new that you've never done before.

Here, if you still can't figure it out or still can't find what is your dream job? Don't give up just yet. Most people still can't find out what they like to do. Keep on searching for yourself. You must have a strong conviction that your dream career does exist.

More advice You try to learn new things and do something new that you have never done before. It's quite difficult. If you live the same life, do the same (you don't like) work, and you suddenly realize what you like to do. Since most people have never been taught to find themselves in their childhood. Because most of the time the occupation is framed by values, for example, a good student must study medicine, study engineering. Or being framed by profession by preference or must follow the dreams of parents and so on. Causing the dreams of childhood to be crushed and sometimes that dream fades over time, it is a very sad thing.

So, let's go out and do something out of the box, outside the rules. Give yourself a chance to do things that you never did. Go where you've never been before. And with a strong determination that you will have to find your dream career. When you believe in yourself and give yourself enough time to find your own dream career probably not that far out of reach

Nipapun Poonsateansup CFP®, ACC

Independent Financial Planner, Writer and speaker