Understanding Your “Why” When It Comes To Your Career Goals

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You already have some answers

“Your why is already here,” explains Pouncil. “If you look around in your life and you see the things that you’re the most amazing at, you can find your why there. If you see the things you’re avoiding the most, you can find your why there. Your why is this thing that helps you compensate for a thing you didn’t have growing up.” She admits that the exercise of asking friends to tell you your strengths and weaknesses, as well as the act of admitting what you’re avoiding, can be uncomfortable. But in that discomfort, you’ll find answers. In fact, the more uncomfortable it gets, the closer you’re likely getting to your why.

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