What job would you do if money was not an issue?
If every job paid the exact same amount, what would you do for a living?
That's an easy one. Think Hugh Hefner.
Beyond that (since Hefnerizing might turn out to be insufficient in the long run), I'd be doing exactly what I'm doing right now: Writing, reading, writing, reading, taking photos, editing photos, writing, reading, songwriting....
Life is good.
I asked this question before. You can see the answers here: http://hubpages.com/question/144316/if- … eam-job-be
I'd love to be a traveller. It is always good to see different things, taste different cuisine, enjoy different culture......Life is short but we can make it wonderfully.
Become a successful success coach who helps people all over the world
brittanytodd, I apologize. When I searched to see if this question had been asked (one of the steps when you post a question) this didn't show up. "What is your dream job?" did, but I felt this was different since some people's dream job is their dream job because of the money.
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