Embrace the adventure of trying something new

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Embrace the adventure of trying something new

Let’s start with a tasty analogy: Have you ever been offered a dish that didn’t look appealing or that someone else disliked? Did you summon the courage to try it anyway and discover that you actually loved it? 🍽️🌮

Now, here’s the secret: Apply that same mindset to your career journey! When an opportunity arises, it might be something others have dismissed or something you initially overlooked. But guess what? Just try it. 🌟✨ You might uncover that it’s the best decision you’ve ever made.

Ian Edwards, our incredible guest at our recent high school panel chat, shares his own experience. He found himself in a role he never imagined, pushed into a different industry. Now, he wishes he had discovered this path earlier, through exploring various opportunities. 🚀

So, dear aspiring adventurers, don’t be afraid to venture into new territories. Try different roles, industries, and experiences to truly discover your passions. Allow work to become a profound journey of self-discovery. 🌠📚

High school can be a time of uncertainty, a time when you’re still figuring out who you are and what you love. Let work be your guide, unveiling the secrets of your strengths, your preferred ways of learning, and how you collaborate with others. 🌱💪

We also remember Rabieh’s wise words from our panel chat also: Identify your strengths and excel in them. Embrace areas where you want to grow and ask your employer for guidance. 🗝️✨ Through self-exploration, you’ll unlock a world of possibilities.

Embrace the thrill of the unknown, the joy of taking risks, and the serendipitous path to discovering what you truly love. 🌈✨ Try everything, for it is through bold exploration that you’ll find your ultimate passion.

Are you ready to embark on this exhilarating journey of self-discovery? The world is waiting for you to shine! ✨🚀

The Redlands Regional Jobs Committee is proudly supported and funded by the Queensland Government.



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