17 Jan 4 Career Reflections: Questions To Ask Yourself At The Start Of 2022
As we look back at the past year, we have a lot to reflect upon.
Although 2021 was a difficult year for many of us, we are grateful for what we do have, and we are holding onto the possibilities of this new year ahead of us.
Many people are creating life and career goals that they wish to accomplish over the next 12 months, so it’s a good time to check in with ourselves to assess where we’re at. Here are four career questions to reflect on as we start off this brand-new year.
4 Career Questions To Ask Yourself This New Year:
- Are you happy? It may seem like such an easy question to answer, but it really is one of the hardest. Are you actually happy with your career? Are you happy with the direction that career is moving your life? Are you happy with your life/ work balance? Take some time to reflect on this and get in touch with your truth.
- Are you moving in the right direction with your career? Is your current career taking your life in the direction you want? Are the opportunities there for what you really want? Is this the right next step on your path or did you get off track somewhere? Look at your life from the 10,000 ft view to give this question a broader perspective.
- What do I really want? Did you somehow fall into this career and is this what you really want? Does your job fuel your passion? Is there something else that calls to you? Get in touch with your inner emotions to hear what it is you really want.
- What’s next? Life is ever-evolving, so what is next for you? It doesn’t mean your life has to change in a big way, but where is this life taking you? What else do you want to go after? Where do you want to be in five years? Knowing where you want to go will help you see how to get there.
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