Hell, I don't for one.
Wut? Haven't taken classes for all of these as stated previously many of these were volunteer programs in the field. Only classes I had ready to do were the ones I spoke of.
What I don't understand is how you're able to be so picky and still afford trying all these classes. Some people have no choice but to know what they want to do before they jump into it, because they can only afford trying one major.
I'm not talking about motivation, I'm talking about being picky. Some people can't imagine having the chance to try even three different careers, yet you've tried so many and are still picky about what you want to do. Every time you change your mind you've wasted another load of money, whether it comes out of your pocket or the government. Research your interests and find what you want to do instead of just trying it.
I think knowing that you can try a class without making a sacrifice is making you lose motivation. If I told you that you had one shot to try a career you'd be a little more motivated to complete it, because there would be more at stake.
You have a lot of opportunities some people only dream of, take advantage and just choose something. Some people rather have a long life commitment of a career they didn't fully like than to work a minimum wage job the rest of their life.
See the problem here is you write a lot but you don't read. I've stated about 5 times so far that my doctor advised against landscaping.
ddrXero64 wrote:Wait really? So then Loginer has the best point here. You can't get a feel for a career through simple volunteering, no matter how much you volunteer. Wow, lol, you should have specified "dabbled." I bet you haven't even scratched the surface of some of careers you're interested in, go take a class on something you know you liked such as landscaping. Any volunteer program in landscaping I highly doubt actually taught you the essentials, and the good stuff is all in the classrooms. I think you'll have fun by revisiting landscaping, usually the guy with the degree does less of the minimum wage labor and more of the leading and designing.
This whole time dabbled meant volunteer, you really shouldn't give up if you've only touched each career.
I'm being serious when I say it doesn't feel like an average day without Cuddlebun taking a shot at me. Ahhh sweet normalcy.
Cuddlebun wrote:he was more using landscaping as an example
as in, what he said about landscaping could be applied to the other suggestions
but then again I'm kinda not reading the posts of either of you two
Cuddlebun wrote:animask you're still a
gigantic blazing faggotSexy beast.
Going to take some of the better advice and keep the classes going and attend when they finally open up a spot. Even if it is not a career and a hopeless dream, I still want to learn it so I will. In the meantime I'll be looking into a few of the suggestions posted. (the classes would also assist in teaching english somewhere else as well)
ddrXero64 wrote:Well before it's locked, what are your final decisions? Will you revisit one, go after a new one? I still wanna know. Gives this thread a sense of closure lmao
Lock and wock and lasteland are quite different.
Shellghost wrote:Actually it probably wouldn't get wastelanded.