Giving Up On Your Dream Job?
We’re often pressured to follow a certain timeline, fabricated by society. Timelines for our personal and professional goals, bucket lists to be ticked off, achievements to accomplish before a certain age, and so on and so forth.
There are a few things that can not be taught and are often achieved over time through experience. We may pick the wrong career, or set goals that are not aligned with our ambitions. Fortunately, though, there is so much learning in the little failures that help mould a brighter future. If you do not succeed at first, you are not out of the running.
There isn’t a path to follow for success (yes, we’ve read articles about how to be successful) But in order to attain this fulfillment in your journey, one must create their own path. “Don’t be discouraged. It’s often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock,” says Natasha Sodhi. Natasha started her career as a maths teacher in 2006 and then founded The League of Excellence in 2017, which caters to specialized coaching for competitive exams. Her individuality reflects in her dedication to work and her optimistic approach to every situation. She feels these two qualities have been pivotal for her journey so far.
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