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How difficulties open our hidden talents, or how to find job of your dream

Talent is a natural gift of human, it is the innate ability that we have from birth, which is manifested in our creativity, our sports achievements, science, technology, communication, cooking, dancing, in all aspects of life. We are all talented, but not everyone can detect it. Sometimes our incredible skills may be right in front of us, but we do not notice them. However, if you are able to determine what you are gifted with, you will be able to use an amazing resource that will help you in life, especially in the development of your career. But we do not think about it, because we are comfortable as we live.

Ever since childhood, our parents have been trying to give us advice. They know life, they know us. But we do not hear them, our ego refuses to listen to them, as we all know better, especially know who we want to become and how , and how much we earn. We are getting the education we need, and for at least the first five years we’re working hard. Vigorous, happy that we are engaged in the business of our lives, and we earn good money.

But suddenly there are certain circumstances, new needs arise. There is a need to earn more and opportunities are limited. There is fear, difficulties are frightening, but at the same time they make us forced to think differently, turning our world out, unlocking our potential.

Fear is a very useful emotion because it performs a signal function. If a person began to evaluate the situation by thinking about it, weighing the pros and cons, not the fact that she would even be able to find a way out. And the person who is experiencing fear, reacts instantly, makes bold decisions, acts decisively. The feeling of fear arises in critical situations and is a normal reaction to them. And it is these critical situations that make us step out of our comfort zone and start doing what we never did.

What is a comfort zone and why should we leave it?

A comfort zone is a psychological state in which things are familiar to a person, and it is easy for him to control his environment, feeling low in anxiety and stress. In reality, a comfort zone is a space in which a person has settled, and this place or condition becomes habitual for him.

Comfort zone = habitual zone. A comfortable zone is a familiar environment where everything is clear and understandable, where each step is calculated in advance. The area where a person feels safe, because he knows in advance the outcome of events and the result of his actions. A zone of personal comfort is what is familiar.

Suppose a person decided to change his job. The old place of work is his comfort zone, everything is clear and familiar there.

Moving to a new place will be his way out of this zone, since now, along with his higher status and level of earnings, his degree of responsibility, the amount of workload and the time spent on fulfilling his duties have increased. Changes for a person who cause stress in the new environment will be the way out of the comfort zone.

The situation remains uncomfortable for a person until he is drawn into a new position, until the situation becomes clear and familiar. As soon as you get used to the circumstances where everything becomes familiar, stable and predictable, the situation turns into a comfort zone. Now the discomfort zone has reversed polarity and become a comfort zone.

How to Find Your Dream Job?

Get out of your comfort zone,  it can bring success for you. If that turns out to be bad, you would learn another way that doesn’t work. Have you ever thought about how your life could change if you chose a completely different professional direction, become someone else?

The most important first step is to decide, and then everything is easy. At first it seems to you that you are moving on autopilot, then you feel that you have been engaged in it all your life and you are very surprised why you were afraid to try earlier.

Today, many companies are ready to hire employees without experience. The labor market is constantly updated. There are many vacancies that have never been heard of before.

Finding your talent is actually much easier than you might realize. Listen to your surroundings. People around you  know what talents you have, they will most likely tell you for a long time that you are a pro at something. You just didn’t listen, now is the time to do it.  Determine what you can do easily. Maybe there is something that seems very simple to you, while it is too difficult for others? Impossible to know that you have a talent for something until you try.

That is why you must to stand up right now and try yourself in something that you have never done before. When you know your talents, you feel more in tune with your life. The sun is shining brighter, the clouds less cloudy, and all is well with the world because you are on the right track.

Hard times can reveal hidden talents. People experiencing personal disaster often undergo big changes. There is no denying the deep pain of many people suffering from today’s recession. But, most importantly, many of us may be able to look beyond danger – and see a new life, find a dream job.

Have you read?

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Anna Papadopoulos
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