MaryWalker wrote:How to know whether you are in the right direction of your life?
An advice from a man who lived that life path can be a proof, a good example. However, one should be a little careful about the advices related to which profession to opt for the future as the industries' needs changes from time to time along with work-force.
Commonly, if you feel satisfied for who you are and what you do, it's OK then! But basically, there cannot be a general right direction in the life. Different people, different ambitions and ways to succeed endeavours.
MaryWalker wrote:Please share some of your thoughts and experiences, thank you.
Honestly speaking, my parents aren't successful people. Therefore, it was difficult to me to choose a university and a profession during high school. I had no idea what's going on around me. My mother used to tell me (and still) that it's up to me/ it depends on me. I so hate when anything depends on me, however, later the life proved so..
Fortunately, my uncle is a quite successful person. I took his advice about education/profession, and I don't regret. Also, some my lectures helped me too with their advices..Special thanks to English Club too for the clear insight into English language.
That was a bit of my experience..Thanks!