You probably have seen and even considered trying money-making seminars. You know, those seminars, videos, books, etc. that promise that you can make money in your spare time, investing in real estate and other things. If you want to consider one of those seminars, think about your strengths and talents first.
For example, if you are considering a real estate seminar, think about whether your interest is really in doing real estate. If so, you would probably get a lot out of the seminar. But if you’re considering it just because it sounds easy, then maybe it’s not the thing for you. (The seminars always make it sound easy.)
The seminars are good for people who really have an interest or natural affinity for that particular subject. If you want to succeed in whatever you do, I believe it’s best to figure out where your interest really lies.
I believe that any person has a greater chance of success doing the thing that God has put in them in terms of talent or natural ability. You can discover it by figuring out what you are naturally good at, and what you love to do.
Going after your dream job is not necessarily easy, but in order to start, you have to figure out what you are really good at. I knew that I was good at art, but since art seemed like a hard thing to make a living at, I considered those money-making seminars. But now I realize that it was better to put my effort into what I was good at, which led me to my dream job.