What’s up everyone? How ya’ll doing? If you’ve been keeping up with my blog here then you probably read “Show Quote; Scene Making Sense,” and I hope life hasn’t hit you with a spinning heel kick to the balls like it has me.
Yup things were going great. I was on my way to work, I had a few days left before break, and all of a sudden, BAM! I was rear ended. A spinning heel kick to the balls and a big steaming shit right in my mouth. That’s how it goes. I am okay. I will fight to keep my head above water, and I’ll fight to win because life shows us no mercy.
Moving forward, there’s been a lot of talk about careers. There’s also been a lot of hating going on, and I really don’t like using the word ‘hating’ in situations involving work, and I made a promise to not give anymore attention to negativity so I’m briefly going to talk about careers while gingerly intertwining hate into the conversation.
Career path/Future Path
When discussing your future or your future path there’s a focus on the individual level. Individuality is something I really stress because I love the fact that we’re all different. It’s fascinating to me. Nothing is more interesting than watching a professional at work; a master of his/her craft.
I watched the college wrestling finals because I wanted to see the two top wrestlers (in each weight class) in the Nation, compete, and it was like watching art in motion. There is a future in the cards for the world, but your future will be your world as it applies to you, and this includes all the symbolism and clues that go along with it. The future path, which includes your career path, is about individuality, self-realization, maturity, and self-awareness.
Your career path is your method of getting paid, which ultimately sets you apart. There’s a separation between those who can, and those who can’t, and those who do, and those who don’t. Separation causes hate.
A position with ABC Company required a high school diploma. 100 people applied. Everyone was happy. A position with ABC Company then required a Bachelor’s Degree. 40 people applied. There were 60 haters who weren’t qualified. A position with ABC Company then required a Master’s Degree. 15 people applied. There were 85 unqualified haters.
ABC Company is very successful. They want the most qualified candidates, and more importantly, they want people who want a career within their company. A position with ABC Company requires a Master’s Degree, and a clean background check. 10 people applied. There were 85 unqualified haters, and 5 haters who were qualified criminals.
1 person got the job. There were 9 jealous people.
The following week, the person who got the job put his new suit on and drove to ABC Company. On his way into the office building he was faced with an angry mob of protestors. They had signs and chanted, “no work, no money.” Some of them were even throwing rocks and bottles at him and the ABC Building.
He passed the security guard, who ignored him, and headed to the elevator. The elevator guy threw an evil look in his direction before pressing the button to the floor he was going to. He greeted the woman sweeping the floor, but she just gave him a fake smile. The two secretaries gave him the middle finger when his back was turned, and the guys washing his office windows were cursing at him, but he couldn’t hear them because they were outside.
He worked at ABC Company for a year. As soon as his boss got his Master’s Degree, he fired him.
LOL Have A Wonderful Night