What will you be doing in five years time?
Curious to hear of what you 'know' you will be doing....
...a fresh graduate in customs administration hopefully! and writing and promoting my hubpages!
Five years ago, I was confronted with that same question. "How do you see yourself five years from now working with our company?" the HR asked of me. I was momentarily stunned by the question but badly wanting to find a job prompted me with an answer I never taught so deeply and yet still positively. In a managerial position I challenged her. Five years after that, I have not made any dramatic progress to be near the position I dared her I would possess. Projecting life is a business filled with uncertainty. They say that you are the Master of your fate, the Captain of your soul but things, unusually, don't come out the way you wanted them to be. When these happens, most of the time, either atheist or not, you blame God. I did personally in my youth. An escapegoat for common people is to not believe in Deity and go through the challenges of unfair life, wicked life, harsh and uncaring life applying the same principle against itself. In Divine perception, predicting human life is not bounded within the power of man to perceive. It's not for the man walking to straighten the road he is trailing. Someone must prepare the way before him. However, those who believed they can make their life better, though, without reference to what they call imaginary creator were given finite timeslots in human history to prove their claims and make conclusion for themselves in the end. He, anyway is not selfish and self serving who would impose all His will to anyone who do not wish to follow Him. Foreseeing life is something one would only become certain once the time allocated came to pass.
After completing my studies i will running a Software company to earn more and more.
I could die in the next hour. How can I or anyone possibly know with any certainty what they might or might not be doing in five years?
I don't know for sure, for all I know I'll be dead...but I hope to be a fairly successful writer, graduated from college, maybe living in a nice apartment somewhere in Seattle. I don't want too much to have changed, so that scenario would be great
If God bless. I probably retired. That's my dream and my plan anyway.
next five years......made...relaxing and never worrying about money....working hard towards it
Cant' say for sure.....the future is very uncertain. If should live to see it, and all the 2012 hype is bogus, then i hope to be near completing my Masters in counseling.
Oh and hopefully in a wonderful and loving relationship with a woman I respect and adore.
hopefully still alive and running my own race hard--with a heart full of joy and gladness! ....retired and taking regular family trips, and have all paperwork approved to build a college for women in undeveloped nation.
by Handicapped Chef 8 years ago
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by Rob Welsh 10 years ago
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by Gianandrea Maoli 9 years ago
Think about who you are now and who you were 5 years ago. Have you changed much and if so how?
by JoyMoore13 10 years ago
Don't you hate that question? I do because no matter what you said five years ago, the recession of America changed that for many people. I for one am trying to see where i'm gunna be in the next year, hopefully my son will be enrolling in college, i'll be practicing in my Massage Therapy Office...
by Poppy 2 years ago
Time flies; it’s already been five years on this site. I love writing here and the cool people I’ve met. Here’s to another five!
by thaivalentine 10 years ago
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