Once when I was young, I listed wedding planner as my dream job. I saw pretty little things at the wedding receptions, so I figured this could be an exciting job for me. The reality, I am not a wedding planner, but I still enjoy looking at the decorations, photos, and cute dresses related to the wedding. They all look pretty and interesting to me.
I admire people who work in the wedding industry. Creativity is one of the top criteria they should have in order to survive in this particular field. Sometimes, I feel that people in this field are born with the artistic talent. I also think they need to balance their artistic styles with their clients’ budgets and preferences. The biggest challenge, but probably the most rewarding experience for them is when they are able to deliver service and/or create something that meets both the clients’ requests and their artistic styles. What I meant is that they are still able to implement their fullest artistic skills and styles to the max in the limited resources or perhaps within such a short notice.
So, going back to my dream job, do I still want to be a wedding planner? Maybe. I am having my dream job now, but it does not hurt to try or explore another option.
Hint: your dream job could be anything so long as this job gives you the most fulfilling experience. Something that can’t be bought with money.