I think your career goal can look different with how old you are/what grade you are in/where you are in life, etcetera. An example would be, I think if you are in middle school just exploring what you like and do not like is just fine. Maybe in high school you explore what careers are out there with a guidance counselor. From there you can decide if you want to go to college or not for a career of interest. If you are in college, you have some time to explore your careers, too! For me, what I wanted to be changed all the way up until my senior year of my undergraduate degree! I got more and more of an idea along the way, but you do not have to have it all figured out now. Explore what you like, seek some help from your guidance counselor or career counselor at school, and think of your current situation and what you need.
Sudeep Anavankot Mohandas DBA CPF
Thus, I would encourage you to ensure you can do the basics very well. You should be able to articulate your thoughts orally in a coherent manner. Join Toastmasters or learn how to present or make presentations. One should be able to write well and better still speak and write in more than one language. Attempt to write stories. If you can do this, you can ensure the pen is mightier than the sword. One must be able to have a food pallet to International cuisines. If you have such a pallet, you can survive anywhere and be able to have friends and a network from all parts of the world. One must be able to know how to negotiate and work hard. This is something if you have patience it will pay. Finally one must know how to focus with intensity. What I mean here is to ensure one does not loose hope and make your focus your ultimate achievement. If you can pick these basic skills - you will be able top achieve your dreams or goal as you put it.