Did you know that if a shark stops moving they die?
I feel like when I stay stagnant, a part of me dies. I want to keep moving, learning, growing and existing in a way that leads to a fulfilled life.
Those sharks, aside from being terrifying, have the right idea.
But why is it that the things I love to do the most can't actually be a profession?
Well, maybe some of the things can be, but realistically making a career out of my favorite things do is very very challenging.
I like to talk, write, eat, shop, look for bargains on everything, travel and help others in any way that I can.
I got it!
I belong on the travel channel hosting some kind of show so I can reach as many people as I can and visit as many places as I can, while I eat more than my body will know what do to with.
Why did it take so long for me to discover all these things things about myself?!?
Do we have to actually go through several occupations and life experiences before it really hits us? Is it age? Maybe, but some people just know.
I have friends who are successful lawyers, doctors, teachers, producers and entrepreneurs who all started on their career paths during college or right after. They just knew what their calling was and went for it. Of course there's some people I know who thought they knew, but changed their minds after some years.
I really should have went to school for journalism. I didn't really start tapping into my 'talents' so-to-speak until last year while going through a transition.
So what am I going to do about it now?
Do all the things I love.
One day it will generate income and the hard work will pay off.
Move forward, be focused, be a SHARK.