More than just a job, the ISFP searches for more of an overall calling.
And you can’t feel selfish putting your own happiness first. Especially when there are various factors moving all around you that you can’t control, you need to remember that you can be in control of your own life, and that means putting your well-being first.
For the modern 20 something there are so many career options out there that didn’t even exist 10 years ago. In fact, the average millennial changes their job every three to four years.
You may be working in an office all summer with people that you don’t like, dealing with activities that are not exactly fun, but spend an hour with 5-year-old boys and I promise you will think your job is a breeze.
A job that requires a Gemini to travel or network will be perfect for the constantly adventuring and social twin.
But why don’t I take this stuff personally? Why doesn’t it affect me? Why doesn’t it stop me from writing?
So many Americans are working jobs that they hate because they have that mortgage, car payment, and their kid’s college fund that all keep them tied up as a financial slave to a career that makes them miserable.
“All I wanted back then was to rest for a while, appreciate life, and experience what it feels like to be out of college. I felt so free for the first time in years. I had nothing to worry about anymore, because I was done. I did what I was told – to finish my studies before anything else. There were no more rules, and I was finally on my own.”
I got fired from my job last week. And my wife is 39 weeks pregnant.
I’m happiest in environments where I’m allowed some creative freedom. Working at a startup, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to put your creativity to use.