“‘What should I do with my life?’ Unlike so many other questions you have about your career, this one’s not quite as easy to Google’. But don’t we wish it was? Luckily, you’re not the only one. People far too often complicate trying to find out what they want to do with their life when really the answer is usually sitting right there in front of you. You just have to dig a little. Check out these blogs and even a Ted talk we’ve rounded up, to help you figure it out, below.

Don’t Be Afraid of Falling Behind

“Here’s a simple truth: you can’t accomplish anything if you are your own worst enemy. Maybe you expect nothing short from perfection from your work, or maybe you believe you have already failed before even getting down to work because it’s ‘not your thing anyway’. That’s harsh my friend.” Find out five reasons why “feeling the urge to catch up is a good thing”, here.

What Should I Do with My Life?

In this Ted talk, film producer Charlie Parker chose to pursue his passion, despite all odds. And now he wants to help you do it too. Watch/listen to this clip to find out what he has to say to people who ask the question “what should I do with my life?”.

7 Questions to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Do with Your Life

At one point or another, we’ve all had a time where we had no idea what we wanted to do. And you’ve probably said these exact words to yourself, “I don’t know what I want to do with my life”. Rightfully so. Chances are it’s not the only time you have or will feel that way. So, here are 7 questions to ask yourself when you’re at that point. Check them out.

The Secret to Finding Your Passion (Hint: It’s Not What You Think)

Want a different way to go about finding what you’re passion is? Find out here.

Try This If You’re Struggling to Find Your Passion

Still struggling? Sometimes all you need is to carve out some time and let the ink flow. Read to find out what we mean.

3 Questions You Should Regularly Ask Yourself, Which Help You to Find Your Direction of Life

It’s a great feeling when you sit down and think, that’s exactly what I want to be doing. However, as we said earlier, there are probably going to be more times that you are going to ask yourself *what you should be doing* or *if you are doing the right thing*. For those instances, we saved this one for last. Check it out.