Find Your Ideal Career (or Business) And Create Your Life Resume

Written by Maria Marsala

Want a career (or business) that brings a smile to your heart? Don't know exactly what that career might be? This list of ideas can start you on your way. Makerepparttar process fun by scheduling a visit to your favorite place --repparttar 102075 beach, mountains, whatever -- where you can compile your lists and daydream too!

Seven years ago, I completedrepparttar 102076 process described below by trial and error -- or was it error and error?! I didn't have a non-biased person, such as my coach or a consultant to support and assist me inrepparttar 102077 process. I createdrepparttar 102078 process as I went along. You are much luckier than I was atrepparttar 102079 time! You have this Life Resume and you know where you can go to hire a coach!

Take an assessment test: personality, skills, etc. I have compiled a few lists of free online assessment tests and quizzes for you at Also check your local phone book for college career centers, career consultants, or career counselors who offer such tests and many other helpful services too. Online visitrepparttar 102080 coach referral resources located at

Start a new type of resume. Listrepparttar 102081 first paying job you had and then start writing allrepparttar 102082 tasks you performed. You will not be graded on your penmanship... promise!

Compose a volunteer resume, same format as listed above - listingrepparttar 102083 positions and tasks you performed.

Create a list of what you volunteered to do when you went to school. What organizations did you belong to? What projects did you volunteer for? If you're a mom and/or wife (dad or husband), add lists for those areas too! You're putting together a "this is your life resume".

4 Magic Words To Use Daily

Written by Michael Pollock

As a powerfully creative individual, you have two incredible tools that formrepparttar foundation of your creative power. Whether you're aware of it or not, you're already using one of these tools to create everything you currently experience in your life - good and bad alike.

Begin using these two tools together, and you'll harness a creative force within you to manifest your heart's desire. Before you can do that, however, you'll need to userepparttar 102074 4 magic words I'll share with you in a moment. First, let's talk aboutrepparttar 102075 powerful tools to which I'm referring.

The tools are attention and intention.

Attention is defined as: "Concentration ofrepparttar 102076 mental powers upon an object."

You use attention any time you concentrate your thoughts upon something, whether it's an object or just another thought.

A simple law ofrepparttar 102077 universe says wherever you focus your attention, you also focus your creative energy. In other words, what you think about, you create in your experience.

The second tool, intention, is defined as: "An aim that guides action."

Intention isrepparttar 102078 aim,repparttar 102079 object orrepparttar 102080 reality you want to bring into your experience.

Intention is "the object of your desires."

When you focus your *attention* on what you want and make it your *intention* to create it, you take hold of a creative force that can literally move mountains.

Alexander Graham Bell spoke of this force when he stated repparttar 102081 following:

"What this power is I cannot say; all I know is that it exists and it becomes available only when a man is in that state of mind in which he knows exactly what he wants and is fully determined not to quit until he finds it."

The 4 magic words that position you to use this creative force is your own life are...

"What do I want?"

Sounds simple, right? It is. But it's not always easy to know what you want.

Further, when you do actually decide what you want, you facerepparttar 102082 challenge of asking for and receiving it.

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