Planning Your Career

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Planning Your Career

  1. 1. PLANNING YOUR CAREER Page 1
  2. 2. I. a)Planning your career is just like planning your life.b)Some people go through life without really knowing what they were meant to do. An ordinary person changes career 3-5 times in hislifetime. Page 2
  3. 3. C) Success is not only having a lot of money but also being successful in all aspects of life.II.SIX ASPECTS OF SUCCESS A. Do you get a lot of money in your job? B. Do you enjoy your job? C. Are you helping people by doing your job? Page 3
  4. 4. • D) Do you have successful marriage?• E) Do you have time for your family or do you have a healthy relationship with your family members? Page 4
  5. 5. III.A) Planning a Career is a lifelong preparation. You do not wait until you graduate from high school before you think about it.B) While there is still plenty of time, opportunity, resources, you should be doing things in preparation for your career like foreign language studies, improving your communication skills in reading, writing, speaking,listening, etc. Page 5
  6. 6. C. Take advantage of all your time and resources to acquire skills and knowledge. All learning will be an advantage in the future. Girls should learn how to cut hair, do manicure, pedicure, cooking, baking, interior design, dress making etc. Boys can take up carpentry, tailoring, electronics, reflexology, photography, playing musical instruments, sports, drive a car, painting, drawing, etc. Page 6
  7. 7. D.These skills will be beneficial because they can help you find a part time job. Nowadays, people should have multiple sources of income to cope with the high cost of living.E. These skills will be beneficial in cases of emergencies like losing a job, your spouse losing a job, during accidents and hospitalization, etc. Page 7
  8. 8. • F. These skills will also strengthen your Curriculum Vitae.• Think of your self like a product. What advantage do I have over the other products? Just like a product the employer should see many advantages of Page 8
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  14. 14. Four Steps:1) Discovering Yourself2) Explore Your Options3) Making Decisions4) Taking Action Page 14
  15. 15. No one knows you better thanyourself. No matter how confused youare, no one knows your innerthoughts, likes, dreams, interests andyour reasons for acting or reacting toa situation. When you look inwardlyand search for a career, you are alsosearching for your true identity. Page 15
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  18. 18. V. Discovering Yourself A) Know your strengths Page 18
  19. 19. 1) What do you find easy to do?2) Did you receive any award, medal, certificate for excelling in something?3) Are you good in Math? Science? Languages? Arts? Music? Sports? Page 19
  20. 20. 4) Which of these skills do you have? a) Teamworking b) Making good presentations c) Decision-makingd) Problem-solvinge) Time Managementf) Convincing, persuading,negotiatingg) Leadership skillsh) Computer skillsi) Language skills Page 20
  21. 21. j) Creative Skillsk)Special artistic skillsl)(drawing, painting, sculpture, etc.m) Visualization skills Page 21
  22. 22. • B) What are you interests? What is your passion?• 1) sports( football, volleyball, tennis, etc.)• 2) Riding bikes• 3) Photography• 4)Gardening• 5) cooking/baking• 6) dancing 7) sewing• 8) jewelry making• 9) fashion design• 10) interior design Page 22
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  32. 32. The more you can meet theneed of people, the moremoney you can make Page 32
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