Which is most important? Career development has to take place outside working hours as during work, I have too much to do and I often work late. I also go to the gym So Other than work, I have to choose between hobbies, career development and finding a girl. I've also never dated before.
- Career development should come firstVote A
- Hobbies should come firstVote B
- Finding a girl should come firstVote C
Most Helpful Girl
From ages 18-23, it's best to nurture your hobbies and get your hands on as many exciting, fulfilling opportunities that you can! Once you get out into the real world, your days will primarily revolve around a career/providing for yourself and you won't be able to dedicate your time to those passions and hobbies. I think it's best to really focus on career development around age 22 or 23. Most people change majors so unless you are absolutely sure that you want to do something, it's a wise idea to let your career option cultivate and grow. Really let your mind and heart get used to the idea of doing that for the rest of your life in order to sustain yourself. By age 23 or so, hopefully that idea will have solidified and you will be mature enough to pursue it full force with ambition. Finding a girl should come last. Relationships and dating can be fun but they can also deter you, distract you, and give you priority misplacement. It's better to establish yourself mentally before you start trying to find a girl. Plus depending on her age range, she may not even be ready to be the woman you need.0
Most Helpful Guy
Career development is priority one. Date older women, and then find hobbies when you have time.0