If you know me, by now you’ve been informed that I’m looking to make a shift in my career from what I’ve been doing for the past nine months. Sure, I’m relatively young and just graduated college — which is why I think there is no better time than right now to be in this position.
Now, I won’t go into too much detail, but my last opportunity opened my eyes to what I really want to do in my career. Communications? Of course. I feel that I am a both a strong writer and speaker, and with the evolution of technology, I’m learning more and more everyday to become more concise with the point I’m trying to get across.
But one may ask, “you can communicate in ANY field. What is it that you specifically want to do?” I’d like to think that your personal dreams and aspirations are best kept to yourself. The lovely B.Scott recently tweeted:
“Protect your dreams. Let people wonder. Nobody needs to constantly know your next move.”
With that said, it’s no secret that I want to go into the education sector — I think something that is important is that you make your requests known to the universe so that they will come to pass. I am a firm believer in speaking things into existence, but it is important to keep your goals and aspirations close to your heart so that no one tries to defer them.
I’ve got big dreams — and my ultimate goal is righteous, psychedelic and out of sight! I knew from the moment I received my first internship position here in Washington, D.C. last year, I was meant to be here in this city. Now granted, my career may take me to different places, but DC is slowly but surely becoming my second home.
What are some ways that you keep your dreams alive? Vision boards? Daily journals? Feel free to share, and let’s work toward achieving our dreams together.