How Do I Figure Out Why I Work? Don’t Go to College

I have worked twelve jobs in eight years. At that time, I have concluded, I am terrible at working, but I have also accepted that I am addicted to working. I have to feel like I accomplished something every day. How can both be true at the same time?

Upon the last few months of reflection, I have figured out that none of my previous jobs, I fulfilled my reasons for working. I didn’t know those jobs weren’t for me because I didn’t understand why I wanted to work! But that just made me more frustrated, because why didn’t I know when I was…




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Certified Personal Trainer | Health Coach |Author/Blogger | Worldview: Christianity

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