This job, is what i am sure i would be doing for the rest of my life, if i lived to retirement age (which i am not sure of). Its the kind of job were you have less fun, more responsibility, were you have to order around, no co workers, just assistants, you being the in-charge. I like being in charge, but not of aging adamant people. And responsibility is not my favourite trip. :|
But i am willing to do all these, i would have to, it is the sure shot way to live a stable life, so i will do it. All i am saying is, NOT NOW! At this point of life, i am more inclined to some fun, exercising my humanitarian nature, work with people who needs me, and a job where i can do satisfying heavy work all week and go out and have fun in weekends.
So a list of potential jobs i coveted through out my life and still want to do. I will never do these, even though i am pretty good at some of these.
1. Event Manager- Almost convinced mom to let me try this. Then again, with a merit medicine seat, who will go for event managing. Now i wish i had pursued that. :|
2. Forensic Medicine- Long story. Short version, i faint at the smell of blood and later have weird scary dreams :|
3.Criminal Detective- Not police. something like CSI. And an expert too. Actually this is the favourite.
4.Freelance Journalist- Nothing much tempting. but i liked that freedom.
5.Restaurant Manager- Will suite me tremendously.
6.Classical Dancer- 4 years of coaching, and nothing came of it. Not that i was too bad, but situations were not favourable, esp the boarding school i went to, which i hate with a vengeance.
7.Sales Girl in a HUGE bookstall- Dream job when i was in school. Understandable, when you love to read and don't have enough pocket money to buy fancy books on shelves.
8.Makeup Artist- Still very much aspiring for this one. Trust me, am not bad.
9.Dog Groomer- I love dogs. :)
10.Archies/Hallmark card wordings writer- Is that a job even? I was good at that too. Years of Self made card distribution and smiling friends are a testimony.
This talk is way depressing than i imagined. :(
Why i didn't pursue my dreams?
I hate the middle class complex which made me do something which promised a steady income than excitement.
Still, am pretty OK with my job. Where i get to meet people and have a chance be kind, funny and smart. Its worth it. Almost.