People call me close-minded for asking why anyone would pursue their passions as careers, yet someone agrees with me as in this guy!
4chan is not a hivemind. It has a large amount of anonymous users with different opinions.
Most bites that I get don't break the skin. I only have to deal with 5-7 customers a day, and almost all of them have been nice.
I actually originally wanted to become a vet, but school was a big issue for me. When I graduated from high school, I decided to get a job and decide where to go from there. I started working at a dog daycare and boarding facility. I got fired because I called in sick twice. After that I worked retail and HATED it. Then I started as a bather at a grooming shop. I thought it would just be a job, but it turned out to be the beginning of my career. I got on the job training (didn't have to pay for it like school) and I really enjoy doing this.
I know I could get paid more at other jobs, but I wouldn't enjoy it as much. I like having few people to deal with, and I'm really good with animals. I do make a decent living too. Honestly I feel like it's perfect for me.
I haven't really had much of a problem with that. However, I did send one home today without trimming his nails because he was very aggressive for that part and he was too old to muzzle. Most dogs can be worked with.
I was so scared of making a career choice. But luckily, I kind of got to try it out before I made the decision
Well maybe it's not what they expected it to be. Maybe they get tired of it. I don't really know. I mean things could become bad in the workplace, but would that really call for an entire career change?
Yes I have. There are some crazies. But overall they're nice. I mean I'm always polite to them, so usually they are in return. In the short time that I worked in retail was when I really met a lot of rude people.
Work is soul-crushing if you don't really have any kind of emotional investment in it.
So it makes sense that you'd enjoy doing what you actually enjoy doing.
The fact that you can't seem to grasp this seems to be a fault in either your empathy or learning.
But he just cites things people do to pass time/fill the void in their lives, not what people usually refer to as a "passion". People who have a passion for making art are called artists. People who have a passion for helping other people are usually social workers and shit like that. People who have a passion for vidya and drugs are addicts.
You're a retard.
What part of this statement do you not understand:
Different people have different opinions.
You like chocolate ice cream and I like vanilla. If someone asks our opinion on the best flavor, we'll give different answers. Then it's up to the someone to decide which advice to take.