Our Choices Decide Our Direction

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Our Choices Decide Our Direction

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“The story is told of a famous German chemist that his marriage did not take place, because he forgot the hour of his wedding and went to the laboratory instead of to the church. He was wise enough to be satisfied with a single attempt and died at a great age unmarried”
― Sigmund Freud, Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis

 

“Our choices decide our direction and carve a path for our personal lives and our careers.”
― Michael Thomas Sunnarborg, Balancing Work, Relationships & Life in Three Simple Steps
“Once a woman stands for a cause, the sounds of her stilettos echoes to the far ends of the earth that the world has no choice but to listen to her voice. Yes, she could be supple,flexible… but she is resilient. She is established.”
― Omoakhuana Anthonia
“Everyone you meet should go into a people file (organized by categories) that you keep on your computer or phone. Include a few details about the person. Selected names should be placed on your “big-mouth” e-mail list. It should consist of former bosses, former coworkers whom you want to stay in touch with, anyone who has mentored you, people you’ve met who seem interested in your career. People on your big-mouth list then get sent an e-mail notification when you have important career news—for instance, you’ve switched jobs, been promoted, or started your own business.”
― Kate White, I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This: Success Secrets Every Gutsy Girl Should Know
“Electricians that like good health avoid the known biologically toxic very high powered electrical utility jobs.”
― Steven Magee
“Rational conduct on the basis of the idea of calling, was born… from the spirit of Christian asceticism.”
― Max Weber
“In life there is but one career path that will fulfill. The path itself of joy. Make your heart sing. Anything else is a waste of life.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER
“SLAMMED DOORS, Path of Discouragement. OPEN DOORS, Path of change. Do something different.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER