Category Archives: Self-Discovery

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Educate Our Youth According to His or Her Way

Because they often don’t know themselves of a personal level, when youth try to fit themselves into a place in the universe, they miss a vital step in the process — they fail to examine their shape first (that is, ...

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Facing the Dilemma of Directionless Youth

The problem of directionless youth is particularly acute today because people don’t spend enough time getting to know anybody really well, least of all themselves. There is a major difference between knowing of or about another person and actually knowing ...

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The Four Steps In Finding Your Shape

The mistake of trying to force one’s child, student, or even oneself into a direction that does not fit is summed up extremely well by the concept of trying to fit a round peg into a square hole. Think about ...

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Finding Fulfillment By Pursuing Passion

An article in the Arvada Press shares the story of a 38-year-old woman, Amanda Smithers, who left a career to pursue her vocation in medicine. Smithers noted that “she did not have a sense of fulfillment” in her career as ...

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The Differences Between a Job, Career, and Vocation

What are the differences between a job, career, and vocation? It seems like a simple question to answer, yet most working adults don’t have a clue. A job is something short-term that we do for money. We often hear the ...

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Add Self-Discovery To Your Homework List

High school students are under a lot of pressure to figure out what they want to be when they grow up. They are expected to know what career fields and college majors fit them. Yet, with the exception of a ...

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The Teenage School/Life Balance

The Palo Alto Medical Foundation shares some helpful advice for teens trying to balance school and their personal life: “Lately, many articles written for adults are focused on the importance of a work/life balance. Although teens may not be holding ...

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How to Use Your Interests to Find a Career

How to Use Your Interests to Find a Career

By Jonathan Sulinski To a large extent, a person’s career defines who they are. They spend most of their lives in an office, a store, a studio, or a construction site. They are constantly connected to their managers and coworkers ...

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