I’ve dedicated the last decade of my career to helping people figure out what they want and how to get it.
Life is short. Do what you love. (I know that this advice can be maddeningly difficult to implement in real life.)
You’ re smart. You know how to research the daylights out of any problem, and how to solve it from every conceivable angle.
In other words, you should be able to figure out what exactly it is you want to do next and then land that amazing job, all on your own.
You should be able to write brilliant cover letters and resumes.
You should be able to stop procrastinating and start really going after your goals.
I’m willing to bet that you give great advice to other people, but you’re having a hard time having such clarity about what you should do.
It’s never that simple when you’re trying to do this for yourself. All the clarity and decisiveness that you might have in other areas mysteriously disappears.
This is your life we're talking about here. It matters. And you're worried that you might make a mistake.
That’s why I’m here to help you, so that you don’t have to spend so much time spinning your wheels.
So I will amend my advice from earlier:
Life is short. Do what you love. As soon as possible.