What will you be when you grow up?



The profession is one thing that defines us. If we don’t pay heed to our choices in life then we might end up being in the wrong profession. And trust me there is nothing more bad then being in a place where you don’t belong to. I have been there and done that. You would just not feel that you belonged to that place.

Also, since you are wired for a different job or rather business you would have a hard time adapting to the thing you don’t love. Here is my advice if you don’t love your job there is just no point in doing it. While if you have a family to support then you need to take your steps carefully. One more thing which I would like to point out is that your company is not your family. The reason why I pointed out is because many companies are promoting this company family thing which is just not true. They are your colleagues not your family. If you are in this illusion that they are your family and they always think for your good then be advised.
“Writing is something you do alone. Its a profession for introverts who want to tell you a story but don’t want to make eye contact while doing it.”
John Green

“Your profession is not what brings home your weekly paycheck, your profession is what you’re put here on earth to do, with such passion and such intensity that it becomes spiritual in calling.”
Vincent van Gogh

“You should not confuse your career with your life.”
Dave Barry

“The life so short, the craft so long to learn.”

“Most people think, when they’re young, that they’re going to the top of their chosen world, and that the climb up is only a formality. Without that faith, I suppose, they might never start. Somewhere on the way they lift their eyes to the summit and know they aren’t going to reach it; and happiness then is looking down and enjoying the view they’ve got, not envying the one they haven’t.”
Dick Francis,

“I wasn’t pretty, but as my mother once said, prettiness wasn’t my profession.”
Jonathan Stroud,

“…My dad, may he rest in
David Mamet

“Most doctors are prisoners of their education and shackled by their profession.”
Richard Diaz

“Whatever one does for a living, three questions need to be confronted before it is too late: What really matters to me? What price do my spouse and kids pay for my career success? What price does my soul pay?”
Dennis Prager,

“A career must be husbanded. Care must be taken. Everyday must bring some small bit of progress. How would an artist with any self-worth act? Act that way.”
Julia Cameron,

“Growing up, I always had a soldier mentality. As a kid I wanted to be a soldier, a fighter pilot, a covert agent, professions that require a great deal of bravery and risk and putting oneself in grave danger in order to complete the mission. Even though I did not become all those things, and unless my predisposition, in its youngest years, already had me leaning towards them, the interest that was there still shaped my philosophies. To this day I honor risk and sacrifice for the good of others – my views on life and love are heavily influenced by this.”
Criss Jami,

“My mind rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram, or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. I can dispense with artificial stimulants. But I abhor the dull routine of existence. I crave for mental exaltation. That is why I have chosen my own particular profession, or rather created it, for I am the only one in the world.”
Arthur Conan Doyle,

“No man likes to acknowledge that he has made a mistake in the choice of his profession, and every man, worthy of the name, will row long against wind and tide before he allows himself to cry out, ‘I am baffled!’ and submits to be floated passively back to land.”
Charlotte Brontë,

“El estudio de la economía no parece exigir ningún don especializado de un orden excepcionalmente superior. ¿No es una disciplina muy fácil comparada con las ramas superiores de la filosofía o la ciencia pura?. Una disciplina fácil de la que muy pocos sobresalen. La paradoja tal vez tenga su explicación en que el economista experto debe poseer una rara combinación de dones. Debe ser en cierta medida matemático, historiador, estadista, filosofo. Debe comprender los símbolos y hablar en palabras. Debe contemplar lo particular desde la óptica de lo general y considerar en un mismo razonamiento lo abstracto y lo concreto.
John Maynard Keynes

“We may indeed be justly proud of our apostolic succesion. THESE ARE OUR METHODS – to carefully observe the phenomena of life in all its stages , to cultivate reasoning faculty so as to be able to know the true from the false. THIS IS OUR WORK – to prevent disease, to relieve suffering and to heal the sick.”
William Osler

“A doctor must work eighteen hours a day and seven days a week. If you cannot console yourself to this, get out of the profession.”
Martin H. Fischer

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Do you like children?

    • Yes, who wouldn’t?
    • No, I can’t stand children!
    • Well, it depends. But I surely don’t hate children.
  • Question of

    Can you stand a lot of blood and violence? (I mean does it make you sick seeing blood as it would make a lot of people.)

    • No, I can’t see blood. It makes me sick and sad.
    • Ughh, gross. But I don’t get easily scared of either violence or blood.
    • It’s okay if it’s animal blood (don’t get me wrong).
  • Question of

    What excites you the most:

    • Researching
    • Drawing and painting
    • Bike riding
    • Hiking
    • Swimming
    • Singing
    • Reading
  • Question of

    If you had to finish reading a book (NOVEL) given by your teacher, how much time do you think you would take on average to finish that book?

    • A few months I guess.
    • I barely have time for that, so, may be forever.
    • Depends upon the length of the story. But I believe very soon.
    • A day…
    • I would take my time and try to finish it within a week.
    • Since I don’t like to read, I am quite not sure if I would even be able to finish it ever.
  • Question of

    Physical activity? Like a sport, drill or something?

    • Yes, I can take that!
    • Yes, any kind of physical activity. I am in!
    • That’s what I live for! Definitely Yes!
    • Yeah, but not so heavy. Just to stay healthy!
    • No!
  • Question of

    Do you help your friend or siblings in their homework?

    • I don’t have time for that.
    • Yes, of course!
    • Not sure!
  • Question of

    How much do you like music?

    • I do like music but my job is too hectic so, I don’t listen that much.
    • I can listen to music for the whole day. It motivates me in work.
    • Hey, I can create music! I love music this much!
    • Music is my life, though I can not create music but I can make moves on it!
    • It helps me relax, so, I keep peaceful music close to me!
  • Question of

    Choose a job:

    • Police
    • Armed Forces
    • Research
    • Musician
    • Teaching
    • Dancing
    • Writing
    • Athlete
    • Business
    • Artist
    • Explorer
  • Question of

    What are your thoughts about traveling?

    • Dude, that’s what I am born for!
    • Yeah, I do love to travel but near by hill stations or cities on weekends.
    • I never had time for that, so, never really thought!
    • What is traveling?
    • I like to travel but only when it’s about some work or something relative.
  • Question of

    Do you have a profound analytical thinking ability? (Includes strategy making, defining things, scientific knowledge, researching over various things)

    • Yes, I do. There are a few things I lack at current, but I consider it positive.
    • I am not a scientist dude.
    • I can research but don’t think I have such scientific abilities.
  • Question of

    What is your age?

    • Under 18 Years Old
    • 18 to 24 Years Old
    • 25 to 30 Years Old
    • 31 to 40 Years Old
    • 41 to 50 Years Old
    • 51 to 60 Years Old
    • Over 60 Years Old
  • Question of

    What is your gender?

    • Male
    • Female
  • Question of

    If you were going to a job interview what would you wear?

    • A suit
    • Jeans and a T
    • Kakis and a nice shirt
    • What job interview?
  • Question of

    What would you do if your grandmother died?

    • Cry for 3 days and then slowly get over it
    • Deal with it–I don’t show emotions
    • Been there, done that
    • Shut myself in my room and scream for a week
  • Question of

    What item would you describe yourself as?

    • A flyswatter – I get rid of things I don’t like
    • Radio – at times I can get annoying, but I relieve stress
    • Tv – I have many different moods
    • Computer – I am very helpful and useful
    • Blanket – I comfort people
    • Cobweb – I am foreboding and I scare people

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