“Every job and experience helps you figure out what you really want to do.”

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Growing up, I wanted to be a Disney Animator more than anything. After a few years of college as an art major, I was told that the classes that I had taken were all wrong and it would be another four plus years before I would graduate.

It made me really sit back and think about what I truly wanted to be. I decided to change my major to the one that would get me that magic piece of paper that says I’m smart (Sociology) and graduated a year later. From there, I spent the next several years bouncing around in different types of working, mainly secretarial and office jobs. I worked with a variety of different people and grew significantly as a person.

Right before I turned thirty, my career streamlined and I am now strictly in the photography industry. I know what area I want to work in for the rest of my life. When I read this interview on The Every Girl with Taylor Sterling, I was in love. It’s amazing how honest and inspiring this interview is for any woman that is running their own business and has ever been in their twenties.

                                                                                          Source: theeverygirl.com via Glitter on Pinterest

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1 Comment on “Every job and experience helps you figure out what you really want to do.”

  1. Rhiannon
    April 15, 2012 at 10:16 pm (6 years ago)

    This is so true! We are so hard on ourselves sometimes (I know I am). I went through a similar change with my education and while I havn’t 100% decided what direction I’m headed in, I feel a lot less worried about it!

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