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Why do we always limit our career choices? Don’t choose. Invent!

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Maybe you shouldn’t try to tie your love of history / maths / biology / physics / chemistry / geography to an existing career/ profession?

Maybe it would be better to come up with a new one/ create a new job for history / maths / biology / physics / chemistry / geography aficionados?

Maybe you shouldn’t focus on things we habitually call careers/ professions?

Maybe it would be better to come up with something nobody would even call a job/ profession nowadays? Why not look at hobbies and ask yourself Could that be / How could that be profitable?

Maybe the jobs/ careers we habitually tie to your beloved subject will simply suck for you (in terms of a possible career/ profession) and you will have no chance of doing what you love, because we all didn’t yet invent and catalogue a better job connected to that field?

Maybe it would be better to think of new, creative ways of spending most of your time doing things which are related to the subject you love.

Why do we always limit our career (life) choices by asking What career / profession can I choose if I love history / maths / biology / physics / chemistry / geography? or What career / profession can I choose after I studied X?

Why are we so dependent on this menu. Why nobody wants to innovate/ experiment, based on what they love doing about that subject?

Why almost nobody asks What career / profession can I invent if I love history / maths / biology / physics / chemistry / geography? or What career / profession can I invent after I studied X?