Asking The Question aspires to end the conflict between who you are and what you do.
There is nothing more brave than filtering out the chatter that tells you to be someone you're not. There is nothing more genuine than breaking away from the chorus to learn the sound of your own voice. Asking The Question is nothing short of an act of courage: It requires a level of commitment and clarity that is almost foreign to our working lives.
Dare to be honest with yourself, people who faced up to it, armed with only their weaknesses, equipped with only their fears.
They didn't wonder where they belonged in life.
Your calling isn't something you inherently "know," some kind of destiny. Far from it.
Most of us don't get epiphanies. We only get a whisper -- a faint urge. That's it. That's the call. It's up to you to do the work of discovery, to connect it to an answer. Of course, there's never a single right answer. At some point, it feels right enough that you choose, and the energy formerly spent casting about is now devoted to making your choice fruitful.
Is your choice something that will stimulate you for a year or something that you can be passionate about for 10 years?
The relevant question is not What will I do? but Who will I become?
You'll be a lot happier if you aren't fighting the value system around you.
Find one that enforces a set of beliefs that you can really get behind. There's a powerful transformative effect when you surround yourself with like-minded people. Peer pressure is a great thing when it helps you accomplish your goals instead of distracting you from them.