In the real world there is no save feature.
If there was I’d probably reload my life to a save from 1992. That’s the year I entered college for marine biology. Don’t even ask me why a total geek like me wasted even one semester thinking I should be a marine biologist. If I had known what was possible in gaming back then my career path would have been an easy one. I would have been studying computers and computer programing.
Instead I decided after three and a half years and three semesters that school wasn’t for me. I’d like to go back to 1992 and change a few things. In 2013 I’d be designing the greatest post-apocalyptic role playing games anyone had ever played! I’d be a celebrity in the gaming world. At E3 they would chant my name as I took the stage to peddle my latest title…
But this is the real world and there is no save feature.
It’s never too late to change careers and put yourself on the path you wished you’d taken 20+ years ago. You don’t need to go back in time or “load a save game” to be the job seeker you want to be today. The tools and opportunities are here, now, in the present and they are waiting for you to take them up and be the person you want to be. Today.
As long as we draw breath it’s never too late!
By Jack Shipley © 20131992 > career > career change > college > computer programming > computers > gamer > games as life > geek > job game > life games > major > Making Changes > marine biology > playing games > real world > video games