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👋 I was in a hopeless situation in my early twenties because after college I kept moving from one space to another unable to find the right fit. I was looking for something more solid, a career trajectory that I could follow for the rest of my life. what drove me was a feeling that unless I did that, all my education was going to go to waste as I hopped from one career to another.
Then one day, I secured a job as a network administrator in my sense “this was it” what I have been waiting for I was pumped up ready to achieve greater heights with my new found job three years down the road standing in the rest-room of my office it hit me this isn’t what I wanted in life, my dream was to empower, add value, and meaning to people lives using my interest, education and skill.
Eventually, the much-needed “aha moment” came when it struck me that “I should be an SEO analyst although coming from a solid background in statistics and web development.” that’s when I realized how I could put my interest and education to use.
From that point on, it was just a matter of acting on my plan to become an SEO analyst.
Anyone can put their interests and education to use, but I am committed to life-long learning and am pushing myself to get jobs in the industry where I would have to learn a lot so I can fulfill my life dreams of being a light in someone's darkness. what I am most proud of is finding meaningful work that puts my skills to use and matters to me.
I wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for that moment standing in my office rest-room when it clicked that I wanted to be an SEO analyst.
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