https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpe-LKn-4gM1. Observations/Objective2. Reflections
Why are you doing the work you are currently doing - or, why are you studying in the current program you are in?
The speaker stated: "We learn things every day about what we love...what we are good at...or what we are terrible at...but if we don't apply what we learn through these things to the rest of our lives, it's all for nothing."
i) What is something you are good at? What have you learned about yourself and that 'thing' as a result of being good at it?
ii) What is something you are terrible at? What have you learned about yourself and that 'thing' as a result of NOT being good at it?
There are two reasons we don't do things: a) we don't think we can or b) others don't think we can. Everything seems impossible until someone actually does it - and the speaker uses the first man to run the 4-minute mile as an example. We often don't try something because of fear. But what if we reframed that fear of the unknown to becoming excited at what is possible? What are you afraid of now - and how might you reframe it to capture
what you have to gain by trying
The title of the video (and its content) focuses on how to find the work that you love. He leaves us with a question that inspires thinking on it: What is the work you can't not do?
How might you turn that into a career you love?
For example, I can't not teach and learn at the same time because everything I learn, I pass on to other people (teach). I am forever curious about things - so the more I learn, the more I get to share with others. This is my personality - my passion - and now it is my job
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