7 Very Important Methods For Finding Your Dream Job

I think the highest percent of people that never find their dream job in life are those that only focus on their dream job and not on their career.

I once read about a man who was at an ATM with a lot of money, when a bank clerk told him (or his mother), that he could withdraw the remaining money, and if he wanted to get his full savings, he only had to put a bigger amount in.

I have to be honest. I don’t know. I have a lot of jobs. I’m like that.

7 Methods to Finding Your Dream Job

Here is 7 really important methods in order to find your dream job and not get sucked into the world of just paying bills without ever being able to both make a living and have career happiness.

1. Keep Both Eyes Open

I don’t think so. I think that people should always search for jobs until they find the right one, because the right one might slip past their search while they are doing something else.

You’re going to work tomorrow, you shouldn’t be wasting time reading about another job that isn’t going to happen.

The first thing that we do is to look for a job that fits us. Or we look for a situation where we could gain experience. This is the best time to join the workforce. This is the time when we are needed the most.

You need to be aware if your dream job is a possibility you will have to go out and find, because it’s really not easy to find them.

2. Think About Location

The city you want to work in, the city you want to live in, really starts to factor in after you’ve made a decision to live in the city you decide to work in.

If you want to work in your dream job, make sure you do not take the same job in another country because it will be very bad for your personal life.

I see myself living in my hometown in California, but I’m going to be a bit less traditional. I want to have a more alternative life, and a more creative life. And I guess I’m going to have some babies.

Once you can answer the question of your current job in three short words, you’ll be a lot further than you were before.

3. Decide What You’re Passionate About

So the first step to finding your dream job is to actually make a list of all your passions. You can use this list as a tool to help you pick out your top three or four careers, but unless you really know what inspires you, you won’t be able to pick out a job you actually love.

Oh, that’s right, you’re not allowed to read a book, or watch TV, or listen to music, or even go to the bathroom, unless it’s to check how many times you can pee in a day. You have to do it “just so you can pay the bills on one day and live to work the next.” I guess that sounds like a nice life for a person who is only going to live one day, doesn’t it? Maybe one day I will have to get a career, but I will be sure to get a good retirement plan for the day I do.

It’s a good read for the ‘Why Not Me?’ challenge and if you have a desire to know more about you, read it. It comes with a free eBook.

4. Don’t Stay at One Job for Too Long

The motivation to seek out and better jobs can often be lost when you don’t keep a mind to seek out new jobs, especially when you have a good one.

A company provides you with a job title and you get to pick anything you want from it, you’ll end up picking the job role that you want to do more than anything else, so for most people, that will probably be something that they’re familiar with.
There’s nothing wrong with that, but it doesn’t help you pick jobs that are more interesting and that’s what I’d recommend that you aim for.

This is true about most jobs. Most people who work long hours tend to be overpaid but have no other options. Most people who work long hours tend to be overpaid but have no other options.

The problem with that, however, is that the salary at the new company might be a bit closer to what you’re accustomed to, or they might be offering a pay rise or promotion that you can’t refuse.

Instead of slowing progressing that salary year by year according to just the one company’s tendency to decrease it.

“The first is about the ‘tendency’ of the one company” refers to “according to just the one company”.
“The second is about the ‘tendency’ of the salary year” refers to “according to just the salary year”.

5. Be Ambitious

For the job that you’re looking for, be specific when it comes to the kind of role you want. You might have some ideas, but you want to refine them by talking to people about the exact duties of the role that you want.

That’s why when you’re looking at jobs, you’re probably looking at what’s possible or what the average is for someone of your age or experience, because you think you have a higher chance of being hired for them.

I’m not sure if I agree with this, if you don’t have the right contacts or a way to get in touch with companies and the right way to market yourself, you might never even get an interview but I’m sure it happens, it all depends on how well you network and how you build your network.

Arnold Scharnreager said that it is better if you always aim straight for the top in life.

6. Choose What Kind of Person You Want to be

I want to be a president or a king of some kinds [laughs].

I got that impression from some of the questions you asked.

 I want to be a great leader, a great inspiration, a great entrepreneur, a great helper, a great game changer, a great traveller, a great socializer.

7. Think About Who Your Role Models Are

In my opinion, one of the biggest mistakes people make when looking for jobs is they don’t take the time to build their own portfolio of samples to show off.

I have a friend that’s a sports enthusiast, and I always look up to them because they’re always motivating me. They’re always encouraging me to work harder, and they always want me to do better.

It’s not necessary to look up to someone to become successful, but it’s a really good source of inspiration when you do look up to them, since it’s such a big part of their life. That’s a great source of inspiration you can use to discover your dream job.


Find the company you’d like to work for the most and the one you hate the least.
Read up on the company’s products.
Ask your current employer about them.
Ask your friends and family about them.
Ask people you meet at parties or at the gym.
Find out if the company has a job board dedicated to them.
Google it.

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