22 thoughts on “Here Is A Thought On A Thursday

  1. couldn’t agree with you more. Sometimes I’m so confused what am I doing. Am I doing what I’m passionate about or I just follow the norm the society gives me? >.<

    I really enjoy your blog, by the way 🙂

  2. shagun1593 says:

    I asked same question few years back and after.finishing my bachelor’s in commerce, I am doing masters in English lit rather than MBA. My parents are still trying to change my mind to do MBA.

  3. I know quite a few people who got degrees and are doing things that don’t even remotely need the degree they spent all that money to get. There is something wonderful about having a job, even if it’s bartending, that you really love.

  4. I was once a bartender and now I am an EMD, I CONSTANTLY think about going back to bar tending, If you like being a social person its like you never actually go to work. You go to hang out with people. It`s an amazing job and great pay if youre good. :}

  5. My husband has degrees coming out the wazoo. What he does for a living uses just a few of his skills but draws mostly on his interests. What people want to do in life changes. I’m all for keeping what you like and moving forward.

  6. You pose to yourself an excellent question! Were it me asking myself I’d likely rephrase the question (to eliminate the negative inference) to: How can I align my passion(s) with what I do to earn a living? 🙂

  7. So, curious. What makes you happy? If you imagine a “perfect moment”, say three years from now, what does it look like?
    If that’s not what you’re aiming for, then yes, you might be doing it wrong…:)

  8. Shaleen says:

    What makes you great is that you saw the story and realized that doing life right means being happy!! My husband and I both have university degrees and are choosing to have “unstable” careers because these jobs are our passion and they make us happy!!! Every day people think we’re throwing our lives away since he’s a bartender and I’m an actor and we have so much more potential apparently. Money does not equal happiness or love. Do what makes you happy. It’s not easy but it’s worth it. Life is too short.

  9. I don’t know. .. are you a bartender?

    I’m just assuming that it’s not his job but the state are his priorities and heart.

    But… I’ve never been a bartender so maybe it is the job!! 🙂

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