The issue of choosing your speciality after the baccalaureate degree is one of the most difficult puzzles faced by any young man who wants to continue his studies.
Life is made of choices. The fact that you are reading this article is part of it.
There will come a time in your life when you won’t have to choose, but choose. The one who determines what you will be tomorrow. What course should I take?
Certainly, you find yourself today facing this dilemma. You are about to start and think you have thought enough about this issue but is this really the right decision?
You can only be convinced of this if you can answer the following questions correctly.
1. What do I like to do?
For more details, let me rephrase: What is your favourite activity? Your passion, which you can do 7 days a week without getting exhausted? What is this action that, whatever your mood, brings back the joy of living?
If you have one or more activities of this type, believe me you already have a 50% chance of making the right decision.
On the other hand, if you haven’t fully discovered yourself yet, well, it doesn’t matter, you can start looking now.
One technique I recommend is to draw inspiration from the daily lives of people you admire most.
2. What can I do?
This question seems confusing, because we often think that if I like it, I can do it.
But it may happen that you are demanding too much or incorrectly from your mind without realizing it.
According to Albert Einstein: Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing that it is stupid.
You have to know exactly what your abilities are and there is nothing better than looking at your grades in a class.
What is this topic that you can easily get a 9/10 without having to revise? If you have similar topics, know that you have a greater chance of success by choosing it as a subject.
3. What can I do?
Let’s get out of school for a bit!!!
Actually, this question is based more on extracurricular activities, but also on social activities. Every human being has flaws and qualities. When you are thinking about choosing your sector, you should take these two aspects into consideration.
What kind of student were you?
Popular, seductive, shy, talkative, bad boys, maybe even in government… all qualifications are innate, they are an integral part of you and ignoring them when choosing a career can hurt you badly when you are in this industry. .
This question is not necessary, but it is necessary; )
4. What is my goal?
If you ask parents why they send their children to school, a lot of sentences will come to mind like: I want my child to be able to become a stable person, I want my child to be able to cope in life and everything. Which.
They will never dare to admit to you that the ultimate goal is to ensure that the child can later earn his own money.
What’s the point of studying if it won’t eventually help me earn money?
It doesn’t matter if it’s your passion, if it’s not going to make you money in the future, then there’s no point in pursuing it. Unless you can live on passion and fresh water only 🙂
5. Is now the right time?
Always with the aim of getting a lot of money, you should take into account the environment and especially the era in which you are located.
You should find out whether it is online or from seniors in order to better understand which jobs are the most popular, the most lucrative and, above all, the most in demand.
Not only are you guaranteed to be hired at the end of your course, but it also allows you to gain more experience doing more than those already there.
6. What should I not do?
The wrong choice of specialty can have irreversible consequences for your entire life.
There’s nothing worse than living with the regret of giving up on a dream that could have worked.
Never allow yourself to be influenced by a third party. It is your life, and this decision is yours alone.
Don’t study to be like everyone else either. The study simply because you want to!
Choosing your major determines who you want to become tomorrow.
If asked the question of choosing between what I like to do, what I can do, and what I know how to do? I will choose what I love to do because yes, when you love something, you do everything to be the best by working hard at it.
Your major will not always be at a university or institution, any activities that make you happy and independent may be a major for you.
It is all a matter of determination and will.