I reckon it is a nature of some people to easily get bored doing something. I was never sure if this is what I really want to do, ever since I picked up the course at a levels.
I was never sure what I wanted to be when I was little. When the teachers asked in class, what do you want to be when you grow up. The usual suspects were the common things that everyone else chooses, teacher, engineer, lecturer, pilot, scientist etc.
But deep down inside, I never really knew what I wanted to be. I chose the course because I thought I was good in maths, and I do love maths to be honest.
But somehow along the way, I have grown to doubt if this was the right choice all along. What if I were meant to be a teacher or something. What if I were meant to be something else, you know like a writer or whatnot.
Our future career path is something very puzzling. We don’t really choose what we want to be. Sometimes our parents choose it for us, sometimes it just happens, and we are moulded into doing something entirely different.
I believe in doing something that we have passion in. I have passion in teaching, but I am not sure if I were to really like it if I were a real teacher, having to deal with kids with all sorts of behaviour.
Bottom line, I desire to work on something that I can see the output of my hours. I don’t want to be doing something for nothing. You know like toiling the time for useless reports that won’t be appreciated and used by anyone.
Well maybe I just gonna have to wait for 1 more year, to see if I really like it here.
I want people to challenge my ideas, not just accept them as they are. I want to learn a lot about anything that I can. I don’t want to detest having to go to work everyday.
Such a nuisance of being an adult, career life and whatever shit.