Sometimes it's not that we don't know what we want to do, and we don't have no direction at all, but we don't have confidence in ourselves, or we can't look forward to the reality. So even if I have a vague idea, I still think "it's too difficult" and "I can't do it" and hesitate to move forward. In the career consulting experience accumulated in the past few years, it is found that people who come to career consulting usually do not have a single problem of "unsure of direction". The feeling of confusion and stagnation is the result of the final presentation in the career.
After in-depth discussion, other issues often emerge: Want to respond to other people's expectations, family members or significant other don't agree with you, overly responsible for work, lack of self-confidence, easy to worry, feel that you don't have skills and fear that you won't have time to develop, workplace frustration experiences (bullying, often being denied, making things difficult for yourself or speaking out) unpleasant supervisor or co-worker), wedding photo retouching services job role not suitable for oneself, work ability issues, interpersonal issues, etc. Among them, at the same time, the proportion of lack of confidence is about one-third. (Based on personal consulting experience) If the wind and waves in your heart can't stop, you will be unable to make up your mind In the field of career counseling,
I have especially taken pains to delve into discussions of inner-level issues. If the heart is trapped, the heart must be re-opened in order to move forward. It's not that we don't want to ignore other people's reminders and suggestions, and it's not that we don't want to do it. The mind knows what to do, but it just can't do it. Just like my love song, the lyrics in Mika Nakajima's "I once thought about it for a hundred times" said: "If you want to change tomorrow, you have to change today. I know that, I know it, but..." At this time, what you need is not to force yourself to move for