Then as I got older, they said I should work doing "the whole party thing" because in their words "I live for a party."
In layman's terms that might mean "be a party planner."
In my life that means, "go where the PARTY is."
For the record, I've never been a bartender nor have I been a promoter. Not officially anyways. I've been known to put on my bartender hat and been "annush bartender" and have also promoted parties to the point certain people *cough cough* have ended up paying me just to want to show up.
But this is different.
For once what I know and what I personally enjoy have intercepted and I don't know to what extent this is good news. At least for me.
I've been testing this. It's been a week. I'm the new marketing director of a place that could help me grow professionally and also provides me with the ability to party like a rockstar as part of my job. But do I really want this?
We can't go against nature. I certainly can not go against mine.
But I have spent my whole life fighting for credibility. No matter how smart I am, or how many degrees I have under my belt, people always see me as one thing and it's taken tme for me to be seen as something else.
Then I end up in this situation...
And here I can apply what I know but at the end of the day, in layman's terms, now I am making the parties happen and I have to be part of them.
Is this a step forward or am I stepping into landmines?