How to Find a Dream Job That You Love | Transition Your Career and Find Your Passion [2018]


Lightning fast hosting for a shockingly low price! 50% off GoDaddy Hosting plans

Are you ready to find a dream job that you truly love? Here’s some behind the scenes footage from Neil Patel teaching you how to transition your career and find your passion this year. ►►Subscribe here to learn more of my secret SEO tips: https://goo.gl/ScRTwc
Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neilkpatel/
Read more on my blog: https://neilpatel.com/blog

Summary of How to Find a Dream Job That You Love

One example of how to find your dream job and transition out of a lousy job is our mutual friend Dhaval.

He went to law school, was going to be a lawyer, and then he stopped. But the thing is, he still had all of that debt from law school to go with him. And he was like, crap. I went to law school; I wasted seven-plus years or whatever it was in education and money and loans.

What should I do? Because you can’t just be like, all right I’m going to quit being a lawyer.

I want to transition my career into something else without having a plan.

Without the money, you’re truly out of luck.

Quickly realizing, because that was my first experience of dealing with someone who spent a lot of money just not a lot of time but money as well, in a career that they hated and they didn’t learn until they finished and it kind of sucks because it’s too late.

So I’m asked him, what do you think you’re passionate about?

And he said “Anything! I need to pay off my debt!”

And that’s usually most people’s response is. They don’t go back and be like, oh no you know I’m down to like try these things or do this or you know I love this.

Like your mindset is I got all of this debt.

I need to make my payments.

And the time is ticking.

So what I recommend is you go, and you find whatever quick job that’ll help pay you some money. It doesn’t have to be your dream job yet…

See we live in an age where you can just Uber around and drive people and make money, or you could do Uber Eats and deliver food to people and make money.

And there’s nothing wrong with it. There’s nothing wrong with being a driver. In other words, you’re your boss.

But the reason I say you should do that and don’t look at it as it’s a lousy job. I think of it as a decent career; there’s nothing wrong with it.

Look at it as a stepping stone to finding your dream job.

See you can use that Uber trajectory of driving for someone else to give you time. That time will let you figure out what you’re passionate about because if you already hated being a lawyer, why would you go get stuck in another corporate job and do some shit that you hate?

Just do some side stuff like side hustle like Uber.

Make some money and at the same time try different things every single day until you figure out what you’re passionate about.

And usually what you’re passionate about is what you’re good at.

What you’re good at tends to be what you want to spend most of your time at.

And once you spend more of your time on that as Malcolm Gladwell says, spend 10,000 hours on something and you’ll be an expert, right?

And once you get good at something you don’t have to spend 10,000 hours but as you start getting good at something start making your career in it.

Look for areas in which you can use it, maybe it’s working for someone else and leveraging that passion.

I got good at marketing not because I wanted to be a marketer.

Just keep trying different things until you find your passion and what you’re good at it because that’s usually what you want to spend the rest of your life doing.

source
How to blog #Blogging #Adsense #marketing #blogger #OnlineIncome

41 thoughts on “How to Find a Dream Job That You Love | Transition Your Career and Find Your Passion [2018]”

  1. Awesome, nice to hear indeed! But I myself pondering over which path to take to earn money or to grow as numerous virtual reality make me puzzled sometimes. But, by this time I feel attraction to affiliate marketing. So following your speech, directions, I hope all will be helpful for me. Cheers!

  2. Hi Neil, Nishant here from India, I have done a course in digital marketing and worked for a few agencies but that didn't work out for me. Now I am jobless, not much interested in digital marketing. What are some good opportunities these days ? I want to find my passion but I haven't discovered it yet.

  3. Neil Thanks for the video.
    I know, you have done brilliant job in seo and marketing.
    But my Question is that: From where do you experiments all seo and marketing strategies before writing an article about that? Do you experiment on your blog? Or
    Do you get ideas by reading other blogs? Or By some other way?
    I want to know because this will help me. Please….

  4. I have tons of pages where I have nothing but only duplicate contents (product descriptions) and I don't require to rank those pages on SERP. Will those tons of pages affect on my overall domain's ranking. Can Google penalize me and deindex my total site from SERP? Or my pages which have original content will rank normally like other valuable webpages do in SERP. Please guide me. I am very tensed regarding this. I have made those page noindex till now. What should I do?

  5. I made 3 apps which are really Good , but I am not able to get enough downloads , what should I do , I have 600 Rupees in my bank , I am ready to put all into getting decent downloads to my apps . Suggest me . Thank You Neil Jee

  6. Started blogging 2 years ago, still not able to find the perfect niche. Don't know what to do 😕. Made 4 blogs, all with a different niche but not able to find the joy of writing. I'm very much passionate about coding but don't know what to blog about. Please help me.

  7. That thing you said about having a wife and being divorced sounds very sad I see that happen all the time. This is one of the reasons I’m hustling as a teenager because I’m afraid of failure. ):

  8. Hello Neil,
    I started my blog 2 months ago. I written about 30-35 posts on my own and then applied for Adsense. But they rejected my application and says “Site doesn't comply with our policies”. I then googled about it and then added few direct links from homepage to my about, contact, Disclaimer, privacy policy pages and to the sitemap also. And then re-applied but again rejected with the same reason.

    [Another thing, One of my Google Adsense account was banned due to invalid clicks. After that I created this blog and applied for Adsense from a new account but with a new Google account with new mobile number and same address]. Is this causing the problem.

  9. I have a deal (affiliate) website in India. All my competitors are just copy pasting product pages from shopping sites and publishing them on their own site as deals. I'm also doing the same. But all my competitors have made those pages indexable and they appear in SERP. Till now, I thought that, these pages adds no value and so that my all deal pages are noindexed. But my Google Algos are not effecting my competitor's site ranking. They are same and also improving very slowly. Now what should I do? I also make my deal pages indexed or not? [Note: As we post tons of deals everyday, we can't curate product descriptions, so we don't have time to create content for those pages]

  10. Nothing is easy, especially you are from the poor country or poor family. but we'll find our way out, of course not from some 3 mins short video. but still thank you, Neil, at least I know I'm on my way.

  11. Great video Neil, Neil Patel I created a detailed article on the iPhone x I emailed up to 100 people linking out to my competitors article but no one decided to link out to me and I only got 3 responses. Do you have any tips on how I can get more backlinks?

  12. But realistically speaking Neil, most people will fail at entrepreneurship and it’s not really a viable alternative for many. Shouldn’t you continue to work on your career, especially if you paid for law school, then on the side work in your project (that you’re passionate about), until it starts to generate a decent income?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *