iamai217039dCry, rant despair now then tomorrow morning face the mirror and tell yourself you can do better.
Don't despair, you can get back up again. If you can still get back to college then go back. If not possible then use Google and YouTube and study on your own. Get a job again, you did it before you just got burnt out. Next try try to learn time management. You know Android development? Why not try to create an app and deploy. Lack of knowledge now doesn't mean you will not be able to learn them.
Everyone feels it. The pull of despair. Let it pass you but don't let it take over you. Just trust yourself.
duckycode11339dHey 👋 I’ve been there in your exact position, give yourself permission to not worry so much for now. Everything gets better eventually but you gotta do something for it to happen just as
@iamai said. If you’re feeling down or not finding any passion I recommend you reading about Simmon Senek’s book Find your why, you’ll find the real reason behind you feeling so down about it
F1973499439dBhai same bhai. I have a job but comparing colleagues and classmates in better position has made me realise I legit need to move.
I do have a job but it's just paying bills. No growth of any kind at all.
While I agree to practical advise from @iamai, I disagree to the philosophical advise. Bullshitting yourself with some quotes like 'patients reaps sweetest fruits' or 'night is darkest just before the dawn' is kinda stupid to me.
I used to do that in past and it only upto certain level. Then you have to take the driving seat and take full control.
Slog your ass and get things done and only then you'll move forward.
And for beginners, what @duckycode said works best. Simon Sinek is absolutely great. Powerful and crazy stuff.
However, it doesn't fit very well in current world and takes hell amount of time to get you results. If you are in a situation which needs immediate fix, park Simon aside, roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.
Simon is a long term strategy, not short