I had a blinding realization about my purpose in life today. This is going to require a little background information about myself in order to give you confidence in my ultimate mission. I hope that none of this is perceived as boastful in any way, but this is how my life has gone thus far. I went to a Magnet high school. For those of you that don't know about this, it is a public school that requires a certain g.p.a. and test scores. I graduated Cum Laude and received a scholarship to a state school (which is really not a big deal). I transferred to another state school from which I received Cum Laude with a B.S. in Psychology. In my last semester, I reconnected with a girl whom I had attended high school with. We fell in love, as the story goes. I went back to do some post-grad classes and applied for physical therapy school. I was accepted, but declined. I lacked passion for the field. I continued to take science classes and decided to apply for Vet school. This is a little tougher to get into than most people would imagine. The saying is, "those who don't get into vet school go to Med school." Anyway, I got in on my first attempt, which I should not have considering my scores were much lower than the average. However, it would have required moving. My girlfriend of 4 and a half years did not want to move and my grandma was sick. So, I decided to drop out. Plus, my brother was going through some really tough times and I felt that I needed to be home with my family and appease my girlfriend at the same time. As of the last 3 weeks, my girlfriend has left me, my grandma has improved, and my brother has a new girlfriend and does not hang out with me anymore. I currently work part time as a cashier at a restaurant making $7.50 an hour. I am also a vet radiologist assistant. The only reason I am able to live in my duplex is because my grandma owns it and lets me live for free. I will end up doing manual labor for a living. I have a negative outlook on life and I drink too much.
ANYWAY, about that epiphany. My realization is that I should be giving advice for a living. The trick is, do exactly the opposite of what I tell you. It is a guaranteed recipe for success. Seriously, ask me a question. Do the opposite of what I tell you. If you are not pleased with the result, you can slander my blog all across the internet. I'm certainly not looking for a pep talk or sympathy. Most of my problems have been a result of my pessimism and lack of self-confidence, but I know how not to live.