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Why it's important to study something you enjoy

How often have you been told to make a certain study choice? Although it is true that there are fields of study that currently offer more opportunities for the future than others, that should not be the determining factor for your decision. The most important question to ask yourself is: "What do I really like?"
 

If you don't like something, you may be fine for a while, but sooner or later, it will break your heart. Do you really think you'll be able to get up in the morning for something you don't like doing?

From ISIC we give you some reasons why it is important to study something you really enjoy.

  1. Because you will get motivated. You will realize that going to class, doing projects or studying is not that tiring. Just because you like it, doesn't mean it's going to be an easy ride, you just have a good reason to try your best.
  2. Because you are going to put a lot of time into it. No one likes to feel like they're wasting hours of their lives on things they hate.
  3. Because your performance will improve. You will go to the bottom of things that interest you, and then the good results will come almost naturally.
  4. Because you focus all your attention on it. Concentration is easier if you are genuinely interested.
  5. Because your confidence improves. Do you sometimes feel insecure? Concentrating on something you enjoy makes you feel much more confident and contributes to a positive mindset.
  6. Because it stimulates your creativity. You will find that you want to try new things and experiment. You give your mind free rein to develop ideas that you would not have dared to challenge before.
  7. You become a passionate expert. When you like something, you feel a huge desire to get better every day. The degree of dedication of someone who is passionate can have only one result: success.
  8. Because you enjoy what you do. You are having a good time, you are enjoying it and you can see it from miles away. There will be many times when you come home feeling like you had a good time and want to keep doing this for as long as you can.
  9. Getting there is most important. Ultimately, your student time is a ladder that you climb little by little to reach your goal. However, it is necessary that you consciously experience each of the steps, whether they are good or bad.
  10. Getting there is most important. Ultimately, your student time is a ladder that you climb little by little to reach your goal. However, it is necessary that you consciously experience each of the steps, whether they are good or bad.

The employment market is constantly changing. What is at the top today may be at the bottom tomorrow and vice versa. That is why it is important that you choose a profession that you enjoy. Are you really willing to sacrifice the best time of your life for something that doesn't satisfy you? Do what you love and you won't have to work a day in your life.