Where to find answers

Where to find answers by Yukari Iwasaki inner child playground Thoughts by a curious mind often ends with a question mark.

Unlike a pair shoes, not every answer has a perfect pair to match and to me the question pile overflows while the answer pile is quite neatly contained.

With internet and books and blogs and magazines and social media; everyone vocalises their opinions to emulate a sense of authority and expertise.

A world full of experts to me is a world of confusion and a world full of noise.

This article, How To Be Your Own Mentor that I came across one night silenced those white noise. In this article it mentions how it can be hard to find a mentor who can advise you on career questions because how they got to where they are is a different situation as what you’re in.

Especially taking into consideration that everyone has different needs and aspirations.

So instead of looking out to your boss, yours parents, books, articles; look within.

Rather than constantly consuming, listen and percolate on your thoughts and what you want.

I think we all already have the answers to the big questions that we keep outwardly seek.

We just need to change the direction of our attention to include ourselves as noteworthy person to be attentive to.

Cheers to letting go,

Signature of Yukari Iwasaki, blogger of Inner Child Playground

Yukari Iwsasaki

Instagram : @innerchildplayground

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