I think knowing how to choose a career path is achievable for everyone, although there's no one size fits all that works.
You should aim to do something you can put your heart and soul into, which for me for eight years has been coaching and training.
Your perfect job could be working at your uncle's boot shop. It could be becoming prime minister.
It if fits with your values and who you want to become, go for it.
You'll find if if the job and the company are a good match, you'll get good at it and be proud of it. And remember, you can be the best supermarket shelf packer ever and that's fantastic.
Probably a mistake that a lot of people make, especially millenials, is they think they need to be contributing. I see contribution as a buzz word. I don't think you have to contribute in a charity sense to fulfil yourself, any job if you're doing it properly means contribution.
If you work in a shoe shop your contribution is helping people have shoes.
Every job I've ever had, I've always liked it. I washed dishes for two or three years and quite enjoyed it. I rocked up, hung out, washed dishes, talked shit, thought 'cool, I can pay my rent'.
At that time it was a match for my values. Things change.
Your professional life will too, but on every step along the way it's great to know how to choose a career path like coaching that will serve you.