Eduardo Atjian II Thanks so much for taking the time to share your story. The one thing I’ll say is this: As much clarity as I’ve found and as much as I’ve learned, I wouldn’t say that I have it all figured out. I don’t know if any of us ever do. Life is always changing and we’re emotional people.

The best advice I could ever give is to try as many things as you can in your first several years out of college (sounds like you, so you’re on the right track). Then, start realizing the things you’re good at. What skills do you have? What do you do well? Once you have your list, look at those things and measure them up against what you have a passion for. What do you love to do? I think the best part of life is finding what we love to do most, melding that with what we have natural talent, and skills for, then marrying those things together. That’s when we’ll find greater fulfillment, peace and clarity. Good luck!

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