We all have heard the expression once (actually many) in our lives that everything which happens, happens for good. Well.. it is nothing but a comfort that we seek and get in these lines. Failure doesn’t come that easy, it has its own procedure. The procedure can differ from time to time and from situation to situation. For instance, you get hired – you are happy and then suddenly one day you are kicked out of the job that you loved in a single day. That’s when you comprehend, not everything in which you give your hundred percent adheres to you no matter how vigorously you try.
If I talk about myself, I am not really a LinkedIn person but I thought to give it a try and trust me guys, I failed a big time. So.. I click on “Join” and the moment I do it, it felt like it’s not that hard for me to be a ‘LinkedIn person’. Perhaps, I was left to wonder for a long long time, I still am in dilemma.
As soon as this page opened I was stung to confusion. I mean, I am a Mass Communication student, creative, I have good communication skills, I can write well (pretty much), I can give awareness training to people, I can consult and also I can create designs in multiple software (amazing! right? :p ). Yeah, I am pretty much done with the bragging but again.. what in the world should I select as my job designation?
Ah! life gets tough here. Lucky are those who are ‘LinkedIn people’, I envy you guys. I am 24 and still so confused regarding my “job profile” (this is what we call it). You know what? It’s okay. It is okay to be confused sometimes to reach where you want to. Do you know where you want to really reach? I know the answer, we all know the answer to this question, “Up There”.
My “up there” cannot be decided by my LinkedIn page and to be true I haven’t figured it out yet. But I will find a way and so will you. So what’s your “Up There”?
Let me know in the comments below!!