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I don't agree with the world. They say I need to get a career. What is a career. I haven't been venting much this year, but I think if I'm consistent enough, I can make my own career, just from being rocket. How I feel about a career is up and down, I sometimes think I'm on the right track when it comes to finding a career. I take pictures for a living, but that is not my career. I deliver pizzas for a few dollars an hour and some tips, but I don't want that as a full time job/career. I teach students in my community about their worth at the same time I substitute them, but I don't want that to be my career. In essence, I have much to offer, but what do they have to offer for me. I must stay focused on a career they say and not settle for a minimum leveled job. I must aim high, but at the same time I don't want to be caught dead in a career I don't want. My options are many and my dreams are too good to be true. Sigh. What does a jack of all trades do for a living. I worked here, I worked there. I even worked there. Yes there too. I've humbled myself. I've looked at my own worth, I'm worth more than that, and no I don't believe I am too good for most of these careers, but I do believe I can be my own boss.
Yet, the point I don't understand is how to get to that silver lining. Some will say they work hard in their field and they are happy with that career, but at times I debate on whether I should work hard in a field I'm not the strongest in. I'd much rather work less for more results, but in the end I've come up short. I have to remain positive and do what I love. So let's see what I love, I love to teach people about cameras??. I love to teach people about rocket. I love to write music, and I love to make my own media. So maybe I should be a teacher in music or movies... No that sounds too boring of a career. You see this is where I live in my head when I go on indeed and look at jobs and careers and internships. This is how I feel when I take a substitute job for the day. This is how I feel when I deliver 12 pizzas at Pizza Hut. This is how I feel when I write that song that no one ever hears except the few that click the link I post daily on my Facebook real jonzy. But this isn't how I feel when I write about rocket work on rocket fix rocket and create more stories for you to read about rocket. So I can't lose sight of my career, it's not yet an actual career, but I believe one day it will be. My career is being rocket. And my four year bachelors degree didn't help mold that. That was innate. My English professor wasn't the one that taught me how to break down a word, or build a better vocabulary, that was a book I read. And my dean didn't teach me how to write a rhyme called go towards what you really need, that was my dream for myself. And lastly, my video 2 and senior sequence professor didn't show me a damn thing about myself, except my lateness and my greatness, because in the end I did what I said I would do. I said I would be known worldwide for something and that something speaks volumes. In fact, you're reading that something right now. That something is rocketjrjr.com. I understand it's not a career, and yes I understand it's not a job, but you know what though, it's something I love to do so why not try to make it my career. I don't agree with the world, they say I need to get a career, but what in the world is a career; ...... If you're not happy.
It's just a full time job at Pizza Hut. It's just a substitute position at the school you went to when you were a kid. It's just a job you needed to get to show you have a career and show your making it in life. But at what point would you have quit if you weren't happy. But this, this blog, it's more than a career. This is fun. And this is rocket.