Do you have career dreams or wishes that you want to come
true, but when you tell people your thoughts they have no idea what
you are saying? Or, they understand your words, but then they try
to talk you out of it, or they give you a long speech about why it
Not everyone will understand what you want to accomplish in
your career. Maybe you want a new job but the people in your life
tell you to forget about it and just be happy where you are. Or,
you want a new career, but you are told it doesn't make sense or
you won't make enough money. Or, you want to start a business that
you have been thinking about for years, and you hear about how no
one will visit your establishment.
What Do You Do When In Your Heart You Know The Right Next Move
For Your Career, But You Are Not Getting The Support You Need To
Reach Your Goal? Follow These 3 Steps Below.
1. Let Go Of Your Need For Outside Approval
While it would be wonderful for everyone to love your career
vision, this is not always possible. Sometimes people tell you
something isn't feasible, but they are not talking about you.
Instead, they are talking about themselves. Maybe they were
disappointed or hurt when they tried to do something in their
career and because it didn't turn out well for them, they assume
the same will happen to you. Not everyone in life will understand
you. Not everyone will embrace your ideas. This is only a problem
if you listen to the naysayers rather than the champions. One
person telling you your idea is no good can derail you even if four
people earlier said they loved it.
It doesn't matter what other people think, only what you
think. If you are waiting for other people to applaud your ideas
before you can implement them, you may be waiting for a long time.
You may think that you need everyone to love what you are doing.
While it would be nice to have approval, real approval comes from
you and no one else.
2. Map Our Your Career Idea
While you may have doubts that your idea will materialize, you
won't know until you try. No one understands your idea more than
you, so get your idea out of your head and down on paper. Ask
yourself questions such as "What do I want?" "What do I know?"
"What do I need to learn?' As well as "Why won't it work and why it
will work?" Map out what you will do first, second, third, and so
on. You can't implement something until you can see, so starting
3. Put One Foot In Front Of The Other
All goals are reached one step at a time. A
slow and steady climb that takes you where you want to go. You take
one step that leads to the next step and so on. In addition, your
confidence will increase as the steps accumulate. The further you
go down the road, the more clearly you will see the finish line. As
your confidence grows so will the confidence of the people around
you. When they see your progress, they will begin to believe in
you. That's why it's so important to not let other views and
opinions deter you from starting. Needing outside approval doesn't
have to be the main obstacle that keeps you from being happy in