|When you were young, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Exactly what I did
Always wanted to be a cartoonist.
my 4 skills in language.
I've always been passionate about the hospitalty industry and couldn't imagine doing much else.
A fish processor.
I can remember having an interest in the field of marketing as early as age 10, although I didn't know what advertising and PR was back then. I used to hold up the bottles of shampoo and pretend I was on TV talking about how great the product was.
I wanted to know the truth.
I wanted to be some kind of scientist. I looked at biology, chemistry and physics. Interestingly, I did also want to work with digital technology, but until I was in my late teens, I didn't think of it as a career path.
I wanted to be an Architect because I just loved building stuff when I was younger and I loved the structures and interior designs of buildings.
I wanted to be a bride and a ballerina. I was fascinated by weddings and dance, as well as other visual arts.
Honestly I had no clue I started driving a dump truck when I was 13 years old. Then at 17 years old I started selling them. Then I started working for a fire department. Put the combination together and now I've been making my money in the firetruck refurbishing industry for the past 25 years.
A marine biologist
When I was very young I wanted to work at a 7-Eleven. In later years, I wanted to be an archeologist and a writer.
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