A long time ago, before I started my own business, I asked the above question, when I was a manager at a software company. Actually a longer form. Let's assume we lived in a world in which all jobs paid the same. Bill Gates and the janitor down the street got paid the same. What would you do for a living? I used this question when I interviewed candidates for positions. You'd be surprised at what people would say, as opposed to what they had been doing as a job in the past, or what they were applying for.
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bankscottage, I really appreciate your words. As for me, the Air Force was great because of the comraderie. I enjoy what I do now because I help people & provide direction. I would personally like to do more speaking, but haven't pursued it eno
Larry, I agree with you. All the wealth made in a job of which you derive no personal satisfaction, but do it for the money is a dead end. Thank you for your input.
GoldenThreadPress, that's fantastic! You seem to express a passion for what you do, and that I am sure provides the fuel to speed you towards your dreams. Best of Success to you!
All the best to you and BRAVO! I too have wanted to write for the longest time and I love your pen name.
duffsmom, iburmaster, garifalia, it sounds like you are doing what is best for you and you are happy....this is good!
unknown spy, are you working towards becoming a civil engineer? If so, keep pushing forward.
fitmom, dolphins, that would be cool!