"What do you want to do after growing up?"
There will not be a single person who hasn't been asked this question as a child. But, while it was one of the most straightforward questions to answer in childhood, adulthood puts it forward as a dilemma.
As adults, we get caught up between whether to be honest or whether to sound impressive. The turmoil inside our heads often doesn't let us have a clear idea of what we would really like to become as we grow up, thus making it a more challenging question.
But what we often forget is this question extends beyond the realm of profession. So you can also use this as an opportunity to acquaint someone with the kind of person you'd like to become and your perspective towards life.
Here are 5 unconventional answers to this question. These answers will help you expand your thinking horizon to draft an explanation of your own.
- Opportunities can be big or small, but every opportunity contributes significantly to an individual's growth. Therefore I want to prepare myself to get the most out of all the opportunities I've been given and learn from each one of them.
- It is believed that success often harms the moral character, but for me, the definition of success is when I'll learn to strike a balance between them both. I want to acquire the right balance of being humble and confident.
- Explore my options- Life presents us with new challenges every day. So I want to make sure that I do not confine myself to a specific idea in my head; I want to explore how I overcome these challenges and how they shape me as an individual.
- My goal in life is to become more human every day. I want to make sure that I grow through everything that comes my way - success or failure. While having a decent earning is the central part of the goal, not letting money overwhelm me is also an essential aspect.
- My primary aim is to establish financial stability. Only when I'm financially strong myself, I would be able to work towards creating an impact.
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