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Jack Canfield: Choosing a career

June 16th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Jack Canfield is one of my most favourite motivational and self development speaker. He co-authored the book “Chicken Sup for the Soul”. Through the introduction of a Singaporean blogger’s friend, Rags, I bought Jack’s book entitled “The Success Principles” which I learned so much from the book. Thank you so much Rags

If you are still a student or working young adult but not too sure what career path you should embark on, Jack shared some of his thoughts during the video, he said when choosing a career:

1. just be honest to yourself if you have joy in your heart when you think of doing the job.

2. you may do some preliminary research about the job, e.g. asking someone who is doing it or get yourself an internship to see the real world of the job.

3. at the end, despite what people say, you still need to trust yourself based on the feeling in your inner heart and the objective research obtained from the outer world.

Once you have chosen the job, you should just lean to it and be committed 100% to the job that you ahve chosen.

He reminded us that no decision is forever, you may still change to go into other career if you found out that the previous job isn’t really suitable to you.

So law students or lawyers, practising is not the only choice for you…

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 manji tan // Jun 18, 2009 at 9:14 pm

    wah…Mr.Eddie, I like your blog..very informative and useful for my future career

  • 2 sharifah // May 8, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    what is the subjects in law course??

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