You have to create your own identity, so that you have something to be passionate about and talk about, and girls can then build a picture of you, and differentiate you from other guys.
Whatever you do, you have to love it and be passionate about it. If you can’t think how you can be passionate about your job, email me and tell me what you do – I will show you how you can be passionate about your life.
Real life examples:
I am not in computing, though I use a computer. I have passed all management accounting exams, but I work as a “Customer Investment Analyst” for a mobile phone network.
Basically, I provide analysis on costs of handsets that we buy and sell out to channels (i.e. shops, web, etc.) We do this at a loss so we can recoup the revenue later from calls & texts.
Sensual’s Job – retold by IceDragon:
I studied accounting at university, although “number-crunching” was not what I really wanted to do. However, I’ve always been focused and driven throughout my life. I never do things halfway, so I stuck at it, and completed my studies. I decided to use my degree and knowledge to make a difference, and work in a field which is relevant to everyone.
Let me see your mobile phone.
*take girl’s mobile phone*
This looks like the latest model. How much did it cost you? Have you ever wondered why it’s so cheap, when you take into account the technology that went into producing it?
Let me see, MP3 player, camera, web-browser, radio, there is thousands of pounds worth of technology in this little beauty.
This is such a cool phone – my ex-girlfriend had the model before this.
So, this phone was free? Haha!
That’s my job. I analyse the costs of mobile phones. We sell our handsets to retail outlets, shops, websites, etc. But I bet you’re wondering how we make money by virtually giving away phones?
Yes, you’ve guessed it, we recoup our money from the phone calls and texts that you make.
Here, I want to show you some cool photos on my phone . . . *put your hand on her shoulder*
I work as an admin officer at Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, basically sitting at a computer working through tax credit cases. It’s boring crap work, and it’s hard to make it seem good.
Yata’s Job – retold by IceDragon:
What do you think of when you hear the words “corporate criminal” or “respectable criminal?” You know, Al Pacino in “Scarface,” Denzel Washington in “American Gangster.” Not your usual Saturday night yob! Haha!
Seriously, corporate crime is a vastly more intricate process than we realise. There are so many fucking scandals going on in this world. Take tax evasion for instance. You may think it’s no big deal, but it’s costing our country billions of pounds a year, and to be perfectly honest, it’s people like you and me who are being robbed, and ultimately, who have to foot the bill.
More businessmen are being jailed due to this than ever.
That’s my job, I work for the HMRC, and handle many important cases. It’s really fascinating. No two days are ever the same. God, even though I work for them, sometimes I think the revenue can be a bit harsh. However, I love the job, because of the detailed cases I have to sift through, and I am constantly learning . . . how NOT to evade taxes! Hahaha! Kidding! Maybe!
I’ve always wanted to investigate, ever since I was a kid, and I guess my dream is coming true.
Working for a powerful government department has its perks—pay, prestige, etc.—but it just means that I need to de-stress and relax more, due to the demanding nature of my job . . . speaking of which, show me how good you are at massaging . . . *turn your back to her and signal her to rub your shoulders*
These are just a couple of examples, but you get the picture. Reframe and focus on the positive aspects of your life.