Personally, I like what I’m doing now which involves a lot of reading and being creative. At the same time, I’m being trained to be a lot more organised and diligent in keeping tabs.
But time and time again, I kept encountering young ones and not-so-young ones who would approach me with a great weight on their shoulders. All of them concern with their futures.
I thought that was a great thing, you don’t often get seeked for advise concerning ones future.
To a young, inexperienced greenhorn, its the biggest thing in their entire lives, that ONE decision. If I study this, will it be the best thing for me for the rest of my life?
Honestly, I was the same, except that I wasn’t so smart that I go out asking everyone in the choices I would want to make. Being an overly private person, I was disinclined to share my thoughts on my decisions and the things that I want to do.
It was really silly of me, obviously I worked myself crazy that I picked a subject just because I thought it would prove a point.
Thankfully, it wasn’t too bad, I still enjoyed myself tremendously, but a nagging thought entered my head, and I can’t help asking myself what if? Its not an entirely bad question but what’s in the past should remain in the past right? So I pressed on, used that as a lesson, and now I talk to some of the young ones and not-so-young ones..and I found that a lot more fun than anything else.
Best part was, some of them really thought I could give great advise that they referred their friends to me to share their worries. It was really enlightening and I felt really good.
At the end of the day, I still ask myself, what do I want to do with myself for the rest of my life? Money is awesome, but at the same time I would like to find something I can love and enjoy doing always.
I know its out there somewhere.
Who knows…what I may become