These days, having a case of Mondays every Monday morning and being miserable in a boring 9-to-5 job is normal—but that’s no way to live, Dream Job.
If being miserable at work is normal, then I don’t want to be normal. I want to be different.
Because the truth is: It is possible to find your dream job and love what you do for a living. It’s called living the dream—and you can have that if you’re willing to work for it.
My path to meaningful work is a seven-stage process that will lead you to your dream job. It will take time, perseverance, and patience to work through, but if you stick with it, before you know it, your case of the Mondays will become a thing of the past.
Are you ready to get after it?
7 Stages of Finding Your Dream Job
1. Get Clear
Before you do anything else, you must discover what you do best, what you love to do most, what results in you want to produce, and where (industry, company, etc.) you can put those three components together to do work that matters deeply to you.
I know that sounds overwhelming, so let me break it down for you:
What you do best includes your natural talents, skills, and character strengths. These should be tasks or roles that come easily to you and have been pointed out to you by others. Here are some examples: I’m a great writer. I can analyze numbers effortlessly. People have told me I’m an excellent salesperson.
What you love to do most would involve any activities, tasks, and passions you look forward to and that make you come alive. For example: Working with kids lights me up. Helping someone work through a personal issue so they can take control of their life leaves me feeling energized. Solving complex problems makes time fly by.
What results you want to produce is about considering what problems you love to solve, what solutions you love to create, and what people group you most want to help. For example: I enjoy helping young mothers (people group) get through the first year of parenthood (problem) by teaching them how to schedule their days (solution). I love when a small-business owner (people group) is able to free up time to scale their business (problem) because I’m managing their payroll and bookkeeping (solution).
Where you can put those three together involves doing some research. Look around (starting in your zip code) for industries, companies, nonprofits, etc. where you might be able to do work within the intersection of what you do best and what you love to do most. By the way, I call that intersection your sweet spot.
Once you’ve got a list that includes these four things, get feedback and confirmation from three to five people who know you and will be honest with you. If these talents and passions are seen by others in your life too, you’ll know you’re headed in the right direction.
If you need help nailing down your top talents, passions and results try my free Career Clarity Guide. It’s a worksheet that will help you get clear on who you are so that you can step into the work you were made to do.
2. Get Qualified
If that’s not you, no sweat. It’s not as hard, scary or expensive as it seems to get qualified to work in your dream job.
First, you’re going to put your research hat back on. Based on potential job opportunities you found, what qualifications are necessary to do the work? Make a list of anything—from certifications to supervised hours—you need for the job.
Then, find out how much it will cost to get those qualifications. It doesn’t have to be exact—just come up with a rough estimate. Finally, based on your budget, create a realistic timeline for when you think you’ll be able to cash flow getting the qualifications.
There’s something really important to remember when you’re in this stage: Don’t assume you need a degree—even if the job posting says you need one to get hired.
Now, there are some career paths that absolutely require you to have a degree (think doctor, lawyer, registered nurse, industrial engineer, etc.). If you want to pursue one of those degree-dependent paths, just know that you don’t have to spend a fortune to earn that degree. Adjust your timeline to fit your budget—because you should be cash-flowing this degree, not taking on debt for it—and look for affordable options like community college and state schools over expensive, private, out-of-state universities.
If you find out you can land your dream job with some experience and maybe a few certifications, that’s the ideal situation. If that’s the case, there are so many creative ways to get qualified:
- Take an online course or workshop.
- Find a boot camp or crash course you can take in the evenings or on weekends.
- Ask someone in the field if you can intern or shadow them for a few months.
- Borrow books from the library and download podcasts on the topic.
- Attend a local conference where you can learn and make connections.
You’ve got zero excuses. In our day and age, there are endless opportunities to get the skills, knowledge and know-how to do the job you want to do.
3. Get Connected
This is arguably one of the most important stages in the whole process, and it’s where The Proximity Principle starts to make magic happen.
The Proximity Principle says: In order to do what you want to do, you need to be around people who are doing it and in places where it’s happening. It’s not hard to do—you just have to be willing to seek out people and experiences that put you in close proximity to your dream job.
Take someone to lunch. I know the introverts reading this are getting queasy right about now—but hold on! It’s just a conversation, like any other you’d have with a friend or colleague.
Ask your friends and family if they know of anyone who has a job that’s similar to the one you want. Mutual friends are the best ways to make connections.
Then, simply reach out to that person and ask them if they’d be up for grabbing a cup of coffee or lunch because you have some questions about their career path. You’d be surprised how many people want to help others step into a career they love.
When you meet with them, ask them questions like:
- How did you get to where you are today?
- What qualifications did you need and what did you learn on the job?
- What do you recommend I do to land a job similar to yours?
- What does winning look like at your company?
- What do you like and dislike about your position?
- Who else should I connect with? Will you connect me with them?
You never know where that relationship could take you—I’ve talked with many people who’ve gotten job leads and interviews after a one-hour lunch!
Entry-level positions: Sometimes, you have to take on a role that’s in close proximity of your dream job, even if it isn’t ideal. This is what people like to refer to as “getting your foot in the door.” But if you knock it out of the park, this role will lead to bigger opportunities.
Job shadowing/internships: Shadowing someone in your field or taking an internship at a company you might be interested in working at might feel “beneath you,” but that’s the wrong attitude to have.
This is not only a learning opportunity but also a chance to get in close proximity to lots of people in the industry you want to transition to. So, while you’re job shadowing or interning, keep your focus on the relationships you’re building. One day, those relationships might turn into personal recommendations, referrals, or even a dream job offer.
Volunteering: There’s so much value in having an attitude that says, I don’t want anything. I just want to learn. If you have the time and financial ability to do so, volunteering is a great way to gain experience in your field.
When you get around the right people and in the right places, the right timing will happen on its own.
4. Get Started
While you’re in this stage, make sure you upgrade your resume and cover letter so that it actually gets noticed. A recent study found that the average amount of time a recruiter spends on a resume during an initial screen is 7.4 seconds! Folks, that’s crazy. But it’s exactly why you have to create a resume that’s going to get a recruiter’s attention.
Now, if you have the entrepreneurial bug, then this is also the time you start the business you’ve been dreaming about as a side hustle. Launch your website, start asking around for clients, and get practice under your belt. These are important baby steps that will help you launch and grow a business without debt and with less risk.
If you need more tips on standing out in the hiring process, check out my Get Hired Digital Course. It’s an online video course packed with 11 lessons to give you the tools and strategy you need to get noticed and get closer to your dream job.
5. Get Promoted
This is an exciting stage because you’re seeing the results of winning in your role, which gets you closer and closer to your dream job.
You’re winning because you:
Know your role: This isn’t about your job title. Knowing your role is about having complete clarity around what your leader expects from you. Sit down with your leader and walk through your job description bullet by a bullet so you know exactly what success looks like in each area.
Accept your role: It can be challenging to accept the role you’re in today when you have your eyes set on a “better” job. But it’s important to see where you are today as that stepping-stone we talked about earlier. You never know how important this role will be in your next role. Focus on winning in the present and have an attitude of gratitude toward the work in front of you today.
Maximize your role: Maximizing is all about the effort you put into executing your current role. You get noticed by your leaders, your peers and your customers by going above and beyond your role. Help a colleague in another department or step in to help a big project get across the finish line. Don’t wait for an opportunity to go above and beyond—make one.
6. Get Your Dream Job
As you keep rising in rank, you’ll eventually land your dream job—and let me tell you, it’s an incredible feeling to actually get excited about going to work every day. When you get here, you’re officially “living the dream!”
But your work is far from over. Growth shouldn’t stop just because you’ve achieved this accomplishment. You should keep learning, keep developing yourself, and keep growing in your industry by taking on new challenges. Continue looking for ways to increase your knowledge and sharpen your skills—and keep this up until the day you retire.
7. Give Yourself Away
Remember when someone took the time to give you advice, connect you with an opportunity, or share their learnings over lunch? Now would be a great time to do that for someone else by giving your time, talents, and resources away! Become a mentor to someone coming up in the ranks behind you and help them land their dream job.
When your work has meaning, it should never really be all about you. Your gifts are given to you with the purpose of helping others. So, how can you keep using your talents and passions to serve as many people as possible? This world will be a much better place once we’re all living and working like no one else.
Folks, I’m not going to sugarcoat it for you: Finding your dream job isn’t easy, and it’s not going to happen overnight. You have to want it badly and be disciplined enough to get up every day and work toward your goals.
But I know you have what it takes. And when you do reach that place, there’s nothing like the joy that comes from doing the work you were put on this earth to do. Press on!
In this growing and ever-expanding gig economy, many professionals have come to adopt the “side hustle” way of earning extra money. More and more Americans are turning to freelance work, selling handmade goods, and driving for ridesharing services to supplement their income and achieve their goals. While earning extra cash is appealing, side hustles are not for everyone.
So, we asked 16 Forbes Coaches Council members what everyone should consider when deciding whether or not to launch a side hustle. These are questions to ask yourself before launching a new business, as advised by experts.
Forbes Coaches Council members highlight considerations for professionals considering a side hustle. PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY MEMBERS.
1. Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur?
You may want to take a career personality test first. Being an entrepreneur means being self-motivated all the time. You must be willing to set your own deadlines and follow through with them. Many people are not wired for such disciplines.
In my two decades of career transition coaching, I’ve seen many folks who aren’t wired to attain financial independence by self-motivated labor-. – Laura DeCarlo, CFI
2. Does it inspire you?
A side hustle can enhance your income flow, among other benefits. Although, time, energy, and resources will have to be spent on it. Make it something that inspires you to keep going when everything seems overwhelming. Profits are great motivators, but you must be passionate about your work to keep it continuing. Michelle Barr.
3. Can you set aside time and energy for it?
Taking on a side hustle may take up much of your time and could be unprofitable initially. You might want to examine its value first. Do you enjoy your job? Do you find it interesting? Do you have the correct sales strategies? Can you decide who to sell it to? Ask yourself these questions first. If you replied yes to all of these, then go for it! Monica Thakrar
4. Will it advance your career and skills?
One of the major reasons for side hustles is extra money. Understanding why you are doing more on the side is critical to your long-term success. Do you need extra cash for the holidays? You might want to take a temporary job in retail or maybe another seasonal job.
If you want to keep working your side hustle, make sure it helps you grow your career and talents. Life Coach Cindy Stack
5. Will there be a conflict of interest?
“Does this contradict with my main work?” is the most important question to answer about a side hustle. However, not all employees are willing to give up their core positions for side hustles.
Side occupations should involve different people, clients, and resources than your main career. DON LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Tom Kolditz
6. How will your boss react?
I see people sharing things about their side hustles on LinkedIn, Pinterest, Facebook, and even Instagram. In some cases, though, the primary employer might be watching and may have become already wary about the posts. I even had a friend who was publicly celebrating a milestone and said, “My boss can’t stop me. It’s my time.”
Employers typically worry and watch out. Consider how much information you can or should provide. – The John M. O’Connor Forbes Coaches Council is an exclusive group of outstanding business and career coaches. Do I match the criteria?
7. Do you have a life aim other than money?
In addition to standard criteria like viability and earning potential, a secondary criterion called “dual purpose” is commonly overlooked. A side business can and should aim for more than just money. For future growth or full-time business pursuits, this information should be helpful. – Kamyar Shah, WCG
8. Can you set reasonable goals for your side hustle?
Setting realistic goals will help keep your side business ambitions in perspective. They should be based on your willingness to invest time, energy, effort, and money towards it. Knowing whether your side hustle will complement or replace your main employment will help you set practical goals for what you want to achieve and when. Lori A. Manns
Quality Media Consultant Group LLC is a media consulting firm.
9. Will profits outweigh costs?
Before you start a side business, add up all your direct and indirect costs. Do you want to drive for a ridesharing company? You will also want to check the cost of petrol, insurance, maintenance (including tires), time washed, and time waiting for a ride in an airport cell lot. Your hourly wage may be far lower than you expected. – Gregg Ward, Gregg Ward Group
10. Will it help you achieve your main goals?
A side hustle is fantastic if it helps you reach your non-side hustle goals. If not carefully evaluated, your side hustle may occupy too much time, energy, and resources, preventing you from achieving your core goals efficiently. Do your homework before you start your side hustle. SUPERSIZED SUCCES
11. Do you find hustling enjoyable?
We make decisions based on our dominant feelings because they justify our decisions. We lack feeling when we hustle only to make more money, which leads to similar beliefs, memories, and decisions throughout our lives. We will readily accept and appreciate more cash if we associate our hustling with joy.
We attract what we are.-Anne Beaulieu, Walking Inside Resources.
12. Does it match your inherent talents and passions?
Make a list of your hobbies, passions, and leisure activities. Compare the list to your natural abilities. Because your new side project will take up time on your calendar, be sure you enjoy it. A vocational certification or masterclass in the field may help your chances of success. Lois Mestre, Marketing Muses
13. Is it really what you want?
Is this a side hustle or something you’re passionate about? In this scenario, time, energy, resources, and support must be considered. While side hustles can be a great way to earn extra cash, they can also be time-consuming.
Don’t lose sight of the goal. Assign clear expectations and make sure there’s enough room for you! – Miranda VonFricken M. VonFricken
14. Do you have a solid business plan?
A “side hustle” is a small business with a proven business model. Formalize your vision, goals, expectations, and budget in a company plan. Define success and why clients admire it. Investigate, but don’t copy others. Give it a go if you’re motivated and it makes sense. Don’t do it unless you must. – Bobbie Goheen, SMG
15. Can you deliver outstanding customer service?
A profitable side venture also requires people and some people skills in providing a solution to a problem you are trying to solve. When evaluating if it’s right for you, make sure you have the ability for project management, contract administration, and customer service.
Your side gig could quickly evolve into a full-time career if you don’t plan ahead. Tracy King, Inspired
16. Can you secure your IP?
Uber or TaskRabbit are unlikely to affect your day job. Protection of intellectual property is critical for those who work in industries using technology. A day job could compromise your Intellectual Property.
Using your employer’s time to do business may give them ownership of your ideas and revenues. Unlikely Leadership, Rhodan
We must remember that taking concrete action is the only way to make it happen for any real change to occur in our lives. Doing the same things that you have done in the past can only bring on the same results that you don’t want in your life. It’ll take courage, persistence, and perseverance to achieve any goal or dream that you want to realize in your life.
Go ahead, be inspired, and reach for our dreams.
Three Major Questions to Inquire Before You Can Select A Side Gig
- About 45% of all-American citizens have a day to day hustles, earning up to $1,126 on average every month, as per a survey that was conducted by Bankrate.
- About 40% of persons born in the 2000s, 90s, and 80s expressed that they get over half of their salary with their side gigs.
- Being purposeful on the reason why you’re opting for a side gig, and the gains you expect to generate out of it will lead to the best choice.
Every one of us has heard time and again that if we work hard, success comes our way. And as that is principally
Isabella Ella is a good example of a millenarian who is doing side hustle gigs to ensure she has enough money to improve her business desires and generates extra money to secure a bright future. The 30-year old is a professional copywriter who has ever since been a hotel attendant as a part-timer and she is currently opening her import and skincare business. Isn’t that a true way of generating revenue to be enough to boost your entire business without depending entirely on your income?
She says that the additional income she accrued from being a hotel attendant allowed her to travel outside her country, made a down payment for a house, and from there she could launch her business. She also pointed out that when someone is just starting, it is almost impossible for somebody to do things of such magnitude without a place of generating extra cash.
A survey body of The Federation Reserve pointed out that most people are capable of generating extra income by selling products like household items which may include, yard work, cleaning items, etc., online items like on Craigslist, eBay, etc., and even offering personal services like elder care, child care, etc.
Unexpectedly, renting rooms or homes through websites like Airbnb and ride services like Uber aren’t common side hustles that most people jump to. Plus, fewer people are taking part in professional-caliber not to mention career-impacting activity as a gig to do on the side.
Isabella Ella is among the less group when it comes to workers that do side gigs – she anticipates that in the long run, she can quit her job in the office environment and moves to do a full-time job in her business. She mentioned now, she still depends on the income that comes from her office job because the skin business is underway. Further, during her free time, evening hours, and weekends, she spends most of her time in her skincare business, as such, she can make the aspiration a reality in a reasonable amount of time. She has put dedication and focus at the forefront of her dreams.
3 Major Questions
The ability and time we spend to make cash are very treasurable commodities. Like Isabella Ella, most of us have
#1. Think about your money needs: Here you need to ask yourself as to how urgent or fast do you need the side hustle finances, and what is the amount of time you want to generate your side hustle? When you’ve answered this question right, you’ll have a goal and a clear path of your plans.
#2. Consider what you may bring to the labor market: Do you have skills that will allow you to earn extra dollars? Or better still, are you coming up with a new idea that will allow you to earn extra money when you actualize the idea? Plus, how long time are you ready to devote to the side hustle you plan to do?
#3. Think about your prolonged plans: Are you comfortable with your current role in your job, or do you anticipate for change of career? Is the sited side hustle coming to be a jumping-off point to something greater?
Taking a little bit of your time to ponder about the above questions may have a greater effect on the extent your side hustle will be beneficial because such questions will be able to site out long- and short-term anticipations for additional income-generating sources. Plus, it enables you to side hustle choices into two baskets: One of which will help you get instant cash and enables you to stay up to your dreams as you concur the day with your job while the other side hustle that will enable you to target your plans.
Being ponderous regarding why you should get a side gig, and knowing exactly the gains that you need to acquire out of it can make you make the best choice. According to Isabella Ella who owns degrees in both tourism and business management, she had put forth a plan earlier, and working as a hotel attendant wouldn’t be a forever thing. She was planning to run a Skin Sity business even before she joins as a hotel attendant. She used her second earnings working as a hotel attendant to assist her to accrue resources with the free time she wanted to unleash her business.
Basically, with a side gig, you’re in a better position to get extra earnings now, or yet again, it can become a bridge between your plans and the realization of those plans. Just like our professional careers, where and how you spend your time is an equally important requirement when selecting a side gig.
Further, if all you require is easy and faster cash, you need to get out of your comfort zone, and start renting out an extra room or start a ride-sharing job for a convenient side hustle. Yet again, if you’ve prolonged-term goals, you may want to get to know how your side hustle can complement each other. As it has always been said, time is a precious gift and very expensive, and the way we use the former to generate something for the latter brings big impacts on our financial and personal well-being.
The wonderful thing about people is that we’re all unique. Though we share similarities, each one of us has our own likes, dislikes, and preferences. This also applies to the work we want to do in our lives. It’s likely that you’ll be doing your career for a few years, even a few decades. That’s why it’s highly important to find the job that you truly want.
But aside from your passion, you also need to consider specific job attributes that can enhance your lifestyle. For example, do you want to focus on passive income, or do you want to work remotely? Particular job or side gig models have different requirements. You need to balance everything out to find the perfect one for you.
Job Attributes to Consider
Before identifying your dream job, you need to understand the different job attributes to help you decide.
Location-Related Job Attributes
- Ability to work from home
- Ability to work outside of the office
- Ability to work while traveling
- Ability to work while vacationing
- Ability to work remotely
Schedule-Related Job Attributes
- Ability to set your own schedule
- Ability to set your daily agenda
- Ability to set your meeting time and place
- Ability to choose invitees to the meeting
- Ability to file a vacation leave whenever you want
- Ability to have long vacations whenever you want to travel abroad
Family-Related Job Attributes
- Enables you to pay for your children’s college
- Allows you to buy a home and a car
- Enables you to visit your family members living far away
- Allows you to pay your parents’ medical bills and routine checkups
- Ability to take your parents to doctor visits
Income-Related Job Attributes
- Earning enough to save for retirement
- Earning enough to replace an old car
- Earning enough to move to a bigger house
- Earning enough to live a comfortable lifestyle without being frugal
- Earning enough to save up for an emergency fund for critical bills in the future
- Ability to create an income stream that can provide for me for long-term
- Ability to invest in stocks with extra funds earned
Task-Related Job Attributes
- Doesn’t involve hiring other people to complete tasks
- Doesn’t require you to source physical product inventory
- Doesn’t involve selling products
- Doesn’t require creating and maintaining a website
- Involves little to no technical skills
- Ability to choose work colleagues
- Ability to work more frequently or less frequently, depending on what you want
- Working with reduced stress or anxiety
Given the different job attributes above, you need to prioritize what you want and find a job that fits the most important. For example, do you care more about being able to work anywhere over benefits? Do you want a lower workload limit, even if it comes at the cost of a lower salary?
We certainly can’t have everything, especially if we’re just beginning our journey. But we can prioritize and balance the attributes we want in our dream job. You should also consider the future. Some employees are always at risk of being fired, but with your own business, your only worry is if your company goes under.
Consider Side Gig
You’ve probably heard from a close friend or seen a social media post about how side gigs have changed someone’s life. Because side gigs are very different from how a typical 9-5 job works, you have more freedom to lead the lifestyle you want. Some people even leave their day jobs once their side hustle generated enough money for them to focus on it.
The Perfect Side Gig Model
Side gigs are a little different than a full-time job. Since you’re not required to work a certain number of hours or tasks on your side hustle, you have more freedom to do what you want. However, not all side gigs are equal.
A side gig can easily cross out the job attributes mentioned in the previous sections. But there are also additional side gig job attributes that can make it the perfect side gig model for you.
- Not dependent on organic traffic from Google or Facebook searches
- Not reliant on email list subscriptions, aka email marketing
- Doesn’t require you to hire or outsource other people
- Doesn’t involve selling products or services to earn money
- Doesn’t have an extremely saturated market
- Can be done for long-term
- Not dependent on advertising, both online and offline
- Doesn’t involve dealing with suppliers to get physical product inventory
- Not dependent on paid advertisements to earn money
- Doesn’t involve paying large sums of money to start the business
Most side gigs nowadays promise massive income with little to no work. But upon further inspection, your income might depend on too many factors, or there are too many people already doing the same side gig that it will no longer be beneficial for you.
Find the right one that doesn’t involve intense marketing strategies for you to earn. You need to find side gigs that really require minimal work but have high-income potential. This can be done if you stay away from side gigs that require any of the ones mentioned above.
Of course, in some cases, you might still need to market certain things. Just be sure that it’s not where your income depends. There should be ways to earn money even if you don’t have a lot of organic traffic on your website. Better yet, find a side gig that doesn’t involve getting and maintaining a website just for you to earn.
Life is too short to work years on a job that you don’t enjoy. As much as we need to earn money, we also need to have a healthy and balanced lifestyle. People in the modern world have more options to work their dream job without sacrificing their ideal lifestyle. It’s time to take matters into your own hands and lead the life that can make you happy.
It’s time to act now. Stop wasting your time on a job you don’t want and start planning long-term to achieve the lifestyle you want.
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