‘I’m really getting sick of my job. I feel like I need a change.’

‘What kind of change do you mean?’

‘I don’t know. Maybe a new career. But I don’t know where to start.’

‘Well, did you think about what things you are interested in?’

‘Not really. I was doing the same thing for so long that I feel like I don’t know anything else.’

‘I know how you feel. But you would be surprised at how many opportunities are out there.’

‘I guess so, but I don’t even know where to begin.’

‘Did you think about taking a course or some training in a new field?’

‘I don’t know. I feel like I am too old to start all over again.’

Nonsense. You’re never too old to learn something new.’

‘But what if I don’t like it? What if I’m not good at it?’

‘You won’t know until you try. And besides, if it doesn’t work out, you can always come back to what you are doing now.’

‘I guess that’s true. But I don’t even know what I am interested in.’

‘Well, maybe it’s time to find out. Go through different fields and see what catches your interest.’

‘But I don’t know where to start.’

‘Well, you can start with something that you enjoy doing as a hobby. Maybe there is a way to turn that into a career.’

‘That’s not a bad idea. I like photography. Maybe there’s something I can do with that.’

‘See! You already have something. Just take it one step at a time, and you’ll find your way.’

‘Thank you. I appreciate your advice.’


getting sick of – začínam mať plné zuby…

field /fiːld/ – tu: (záujmová, pracovná) oblasť

to start all over again – začať úplne odznova

Nonsense /ˈnɒnsns/ – nezmysel

Go through – prejsť si niečo

Just take it one step at a time – Len pokračuj krok za krokom / pomaly, postupne