Finding your true calling in life is rarely paid

Short Article

Abdul Aziz Shaghlel

12/28/20231 min read

woman using payphone
woman using payphone

Many people have asked me for advice on how to determine what they really want to do with their lives. They all start with something for which they ought to be paid, which is a common mistake. That rarely works because if money is your driving force, you'll probably steer yourself away from your passions and toward activities that could increase your income.

You must think in the opposite direction to discover your calling on your quest to discover what you love to do in life. Don't worry about making money; instead, concentrate on doing something that either costs you nothing or requires a small investment on your part. This is the most effective and tried method (by me) for grabbing the rope's end and beginning to climb and turn in the direction of your passion.

If you base your decision on money instead of what you truly want to do in your life, you'll probably end up in the same frustrating situation as now or even worse.

A slight shift in perspective can have a big impact on the outcomes we seek.