Learn What You Want To Learn
By Glory Fu • November 14, 2018
I have a degree in business. However, it was my father's decision for me to pursue a business major. He thought that having a business degree would make me more competitive and provide me with more available options in entering a global marketplace. I took his advice. Nevertheless, even though my college experiences were fantastic, I still had no interest in any field of commerce, let alone having a long-term career as a businesswoman.
After I graduated, I worked as a marketing planner at a computer company. My pay and working environment were great; however, I still didn’t feel happy doing something that I wasn’t interested in. After two months of working there, I made up my mind to quit and decided to do what I love, namely teaching English. I have now been an English teacher for over twenty years. I love my job and love being with my students.
If you are in a place where you don’t love what you are learning or doing, please ask yourself what you are really passionate for, and what you truly want for your life. Don’t rush to get yourself a quick answer. Take some time to think about what career could make you happy. The important thing is that you are happy and then you are able to bring happiness to people around you. There is a quote that says, "Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success." If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.
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