Thank you(Original post by IanDangerously)
I thought I knew what I wanted to do in life when I was 16, went to uni, dropped out at 20, floated about dealing with personal issues, switched between various dead end jobs, got a slightly better job, trained myself in lots of things and I've only just figured out in the last few months what career I want and I'm 26 now! There's no need to rush ... you might decide what you want to do and then get stuck in a rut doing it for a while and from that realise a few years down the line what you really want to do. It might take you a while to figure it out.
Patience, persistence and self-belief are all you need, the rest falls into place with life experience and understanding.
When you were younger did you ever have a sense of doubt when you first decided exactly what you wanted to do?
And did you only make such decisions because of people around you or due to your own research? I'm thinking about it so much nowadays that if I do end up changing my mind in the future, I feel like all this stress would be for nothing
Constantly thinking about my future
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