How did you spend your time as a child? How did you play? These answers should lead to serious plans for your business. How one plays reflects natural interests and strengths. Research supports career development ideas can start as early as age three. Various stages of occupational development continue into your teens. Exploratory play reflects personal passion connected to innate skills.
The younger you are, the less worry about others’ opinions. It is amazing how quickly natural strengths emerge. Carefree playtime is purposeful and meaningful. The behavior displayed as a wee one should be at the forefront as an adult. If it is not, consider you have gone off course. Build your personal brand or even switch careers by going back to your roots. Make contact with several people that knew you as a child. Interview them about your interests, what you soaked up like a sponge, etc. Use the data with your own memories to move forward. Changing paths may seem risky, but getting stuck in the wrong place is far worse.
Those with the most fulfillment have done just that. Be happy with your career. Do what you were meant to do.