From University To Happy EFT Coach in several Decades

Are you graduating in 2014 or sometime soon thereafter? Or maybe you know a youngster who could do with some practical advice? You may be even 22 in mind and starting yet again? If your answer is Yes to any of the above, then this article is for you.
I want to think back. Oh, only if… If I Were back in my 20s… With what I understand now!
Faster EFT Practitioner
What do I know now that I wish I had known then? Well, the largest insight that age and experience has given me is that whenever life offers you chances, grab them with both hands. For me, I had the opportunity to do an Honours degree in four years that had a one-year element of employed in industry. Oh, how I wish I had taken that great supply. Instead, I was in a 3-year Honours degree that if you ask me was pure and in my opinion better. But people who had taken the four-year option had jobs looking forward to them at the end, simple engaging in their Masters and PhDs, but I moved to another part of London, that i thought was the higher part, and moved to a university that had the faster course, and basically ended up in horrid accommodation which contributed to me becoming seriously ill for 25 years. So when I left University, my options were limited by work that I possibly could fit around being ill. Only, I still was cocky and let go of many opportunities that could have been excellent to wait for the correct one. But alternatively, I soon accepted offers that were below my capabilities, as soon as you get stuck for the reason that rut, you get labelled by the recruitment companies for that sort of job, and they find yourself playing safe by only putting you forward for the lesser jobs, because they’re your experience.
You see, after graduation, I wanted to be a salesperson on the highway. That was the next prize for not having the capacity to be a scientist full-time due to illness. But, the recruitment agencies put me in an office-based telemarketing job when i had gone for an office-based sales job and messed it up. It took me a long time of doing the work the recruitment agents trapped me in before finally taking things into my own hands and calling one company after another until finally getting myself a job as a salesperson out on the street. Eventually, that job became a mainly office-type job, but at that time, I had plenty of experience, and I applied direct to companies for work in marketing with good pay. But the independence of being from the road never left my blood, and I hankered to make it by myself somehow.
Somewhere along the line, I was introduced to holistic and alternative health to help me with my very own health challenges. As I started to get better, I was introduced to classes and workshops and learned my current trade. Finally, learning EFT, or Emotional Freedom Techniques, sometimes known as Tapping, completed the holistic health picture for me personally, and I am very happy to say that I then found my true vocation. I have now found a means of living the life span that I enjoy and doing the work that I enjoy. And I’ve found ways to make might work life so pleasurable and satisfying, it does not feel like work. By using EFT, I have released all of the negative beliefs holding me down,some of which I was totally unaware of, and my business is certainly going from strength to strength. And I’ve released all the blocks put in my path by my previous job mess-ups, those caused by me and the ones subconsciously attracted by me.
I’d advise any young professional starting out not to think about what job would give them probably the most prestige, probably the most immediately-available pay, or the easiest job to get with a recruitment agency. Invest some time. Ask yourself where you wish to see yourself in the next 5 years, 10 years, 15 years, and how you can get there. Consider what offers you pleasure and satisfaction. Learn how that can be at least part of your job. Maybe you may also book a session having an experienced EFT practitioner and also have a session to assist you focus on the simplest way forward for you.

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