Career is cream in human life but stops moving forward following career obstacles

Career is the prime ingredient comprising the life cycle of any rational human being. A  willing person moves through  career cycle  in his life time in order to reach his desired goals overtime. Individual must pursue necessary and goal oriented actions leading to achieving successful career.  Nevertheless, career building process is not built on a bed of roses rather the process faces many career obstacles.

 

Career Obstacles

Personal, social, environmental and cultural problems are some of the main categories of areas which constitute the main obstacles on the way of building a successful career.

The A pen picture of personal career obstacles is presented below:

  • Lack of Aim
  • Lack of skills
  • Lack of Knowledge
  • Lack of discipline
  • Always complaining
  • Many excuses
  • Blaming others
  • Lack of optimism
  • Not organised

Tips to address the career obstacles

Career obstacles in one way or other is an  inevitable phenomenon in everyday life of an individual. Experiences indicate that reasonable persons should not get upset following the career obstacles. The affected individual should prima facie do the following things:

  • Identify the problems
  • Analyze the problems
  • Identify the causes and effect relationship of the problems.
  • Determine the priority areas of the  problems.
  • Formulate the different options/actions to overcome  the identified causes of the problems.

Moreover, the affected individual should control emotion and remains calm;  seek expert guidance; and accept the reality. They should learn from mistakes and should not quit the scene.

General

Career is the heart of any human life cycle. Career planning in an appropriate manner is able to guide individuals to their desired goals. Career obstacles should not put a permanent barrier on the way towards professional and human development. Career is cream and take care of it effectively.

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