Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Finding a new career

My last post expressed my extreme displeasure of interviewing for jobs. Until I make enough money from stand up comedy or something else to make a living at it, I need to find a job where I don't want to stab somebody at the end of each workday. I haven't succeeded yet.

So here are some possibilities...

Personal Trainer - These last few months, I have actually taken physical fitness very seriously. In three months, I have lost 15 pounds, and I am at my lowest weight since high school. I go to a gym regularly and take a Boxing Conditioning Class weekly. I also tried yoga recently. I loved those classes and meeting lots of beautiful ladies there.

Dog Trainer/Sitter - Dogs are awesome. When I am with a dog, they are just happy with my company. Whether it's playing a game of tug of war, playing a game of chase, or just relaxing, I always have lots of fun with dogs. My ex-girlfriends didn't like the way I get them riled up, but oh well. So a career working with dogs is a good possibility too. Besides that, I have met lots of beautiful women by walking other people's dogs.

Forest Ranger or other nature type job - This would be cool too. I've hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon three times, and thoroughly enjoy nature. Working for the Grand Canyon or another park would certainly beat working at a cubicle farm. I have worked for various call centers for years, and I hate them all. Besides that, national parks usually have lots of beautiful ladies.

So... I guess I need to find a career where I can meet lots of beautiful ladies....

John Griggs


1 comment:

  1. Hey John. I'm also a comedian. Been doing standup over 13 years now. Luckily, I own businesses that provide me with good income so the money I make from comedy is just fun money. Plus, I get to pick the good gigs since I can afford it. However, I am brainstorming for ideas on how to make passive income from doing comedy on the Internet. Let me know how your quest goes.

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