Carmine Gallo, founder of Gallo Communications, said that job applicants need to aim for a role which can enable them to develop and is something they have a genuine desire to be part of.
His comments followed the publication of a report by Accountemps, which found that 42 per cent of chief financial officers say employee morale has improved in the last 12 months, with just five per cent saying it has declined.
Mr Gallo noted that, although it is possible for people to be financially successful without being passionate about what they are doing, this does not breed job satisfaction.
"But I don't believe that's what people want, I believe they want more than financial success, they want to create some kind of meaning in their lives. I am absolutely convinced that following your passion is the key to career success," the expert added.
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Source: The Sales Executive News