Here’s some more of my current imaginations:
Advice to those in a pickle between going for what you want and what your parents expect you to become: go for what you love because in the end it’s your life and you’re controlling it. Once you do that, there won’t be any doubts in your mind that you chose the right path. If you can live with what you’re pursuing, do it. Just do it. The difference between a job and a career is the amount of time, effort, and passion you put into it. If you dread it, it’s not for you. If you love it, keep going. Just choose something that will get you to wake up every morning without any hassle, without any complaints. I mean, that’s why we have doctors, lawyers, and teachers right? If they didn’t love what they were doing, they wouldn’t have become doctors, lawyers and teachers. Sorry, I’ve just been communicating with people who are in this situation and they have to make that big decision we’ve been asked since we were kids: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Honestly, money isn’t the most important factor for me, that’s like at the end of my list. But hopefully, it will start to stack up when I’m 5-7 years with a company.
So yeah, whatever it is you’re passionate about, go for it. Just don’t look back 20 years from now and regret it.