Fishes should swim and birds should fly – How Career Guidance can help you

Once the results are out every student is concerned much about what to do next! For it is upon this choice, depends their entire future and life. A well informed detailed knowledge is any time better than an incomplete one.

The traditional disciplines that used to be the prime career choices like science, arts and commerce have now become less popular because the aspirants despite stiff competition are not getting the optimized results.

Choosing a career of your choice is not only of significance but one of the most delicate decisions of one’s life to take. A correct guidance of career will definitely help a student alleviate their confusion and let them think about what are they best at and can pursue their career accordingly.

One initial decision can change their entire career graph to a new level. For it is through the career that an individual’s work identity emerges and it is this aspect which contributes to life development. Life will develop on its own if we choose not to navigate it leaving one confused.

Career guidance may assist in navigating in the right direction. As you sail through life at various junctures such as career exploration, career change, career development and other related issues it will be prudent to seek guidance and move right.

Although many people nowadays use their instinct, their experience, interests, elder’s advice and then select a stream they want to pursue their career into. But they do not know are they really capable of accomplishing it or not and many a times regret later when they are not able to cope up with the pressure of the syllabus.

It works as a mirror showing them their strengths, weakness, stretches and what field could prove to be the best option for them according to their personality.

Avoid such mistakes, seek career guidance.

In a nutshell, let fishes swim and birds fly.

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