LIBRARY BOOK EXHIBITION 18
A Journey of a Thousand Miles
Begins with a Single Step
– How to Make Your Own Career Plan
01/03/2022 - 31/08/2022
Library, 2nd Floor, Wui Chi Building
Career planning is an ongoing and lifelong planning process in order to achieve goals at different stages of life. Simply, it means actively to manage our own time to be more valuable and make our lives more prosperous. It can help us think about the directions for our future and prepare well in advance, so that we can reach our goals more easily.
As the proverb says, "Spring is the time for making planning of a year and as morning is the time for making planning of a day". Before making a practical career plan for your life, you should have asked yourself what kind of life you want. However, in fact, not many people really know the answer. To find the answer, most importantly, you should constantly reflect yourself, discover your strengths, and understand your interests before setting your life direction. Hence, it is recommended that you should deeply explore yourself and write down all your beliefs. Accordingly, you can have a realistic career planning for your life.
There are three mottos of career planning: "If you have a plan, you won't be busy. If you have a budget, you won't worry. If you have confidence, you won't panic". These are the most important principles when making career planning.
How can we have a wonderful life? For certain, we need to effectively make plans, cautiously take actions, and whole-heartedly experience over the course of our lives. Is it "life is too short" or "life is too long"? No matter whether life is long or short, as we are living, we should enrich our lives with meaningful purposes. Then, our lives will be complete without regrets.
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