In the past 20 or more years, the striving for an attainable and visible goal, or a successful career, as we know it, has been in decline. Humanity is on the verge of a huge awakening and psychological advancement. As result of this paradigm shift there is great change of the traditional work environment and fundamental adjustments on the economic landscape. This shift has affected the lives of millions of people, families and companies around the world. More and more people ask themselves why they should do what they currently do and what would the benefit of their doing be if the products they produced and the service they have offered will be no longer useful, applicable or required, by tomorrow. For most people this circumstance conditional change has become a struggle for identity.
In this article, I propose to have a more holistic view on the career and vocation in comparison to what the reader may find, and what has been in circulation in the past.
A job is a relationship where people will do something short-term for the purpose of money only. There is no long-lasting future, fulfillment or happiness when performing a job. Everyone who has had a job or is currently in a job knows very well that by the end of the day there is no true and deep satisfaction.