If you’re like me, you were born into a world and culture which told you that a career is something that can be planned, is a vehicle to high pay and prestige (which, in turn, are the vehicles to satisfaction and happiness) and requires a tertiary education.
Needless to say, anyone who has been in the workforce for a few years understands that there are exceptions to such rules. Moreover, it seems like in many cases today, those rules not only do not apply, but tend to hold people back from achieving their goals.
These folks have the courage to step up and challenge the status quo on the topic of careers.
1. Can we say goodbye to the notion of career planning?
2. Can your job be a source of incredible fulfilment?
3. Is tertiary education still able to give you an edge in your career?