At that age when I started having to choose a career path, but just before experiencing life changing failures, I had huge ambitions of being at the top of the professional society; well respected career, multiple degrees, PhDs, top results in education, world class universities, above average income...
Looking back, I wonder what happened to that drive of wanting to be a cut above the rest. Failure has left me settling for a probable career that I have no passion for; to settle for average results; to avoid risks in my relationships.
I AM studying at a wonderful university, averaging at 2:1 without much effort, high chances of employment with a steady income and in a stable relationship despite the lacking spontaneity and oomph.
Should I be content with what I have?
Or should I
...strive for a first?
...register in various different countries as a Pharmacist?
...travel the world before concentrating on my career?
...apply for a place at a cookery school for a year?
...find my passion?
...be more spontaneous and romantic?
Shouldn't my personal development be showing an exponential growth instead of plateauing?