Would you do anything different if you could rechoose your career?

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  1. masterfulmusic29

    masterfulmusic29 New Friend

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    Just as a note (ha) I was recently accepted into the army band and the audition is ridiculessly easy. My audition for a community college scholarship was much harder.
    James
     
  2. gregc

    gregc Mezzo Piano User

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    I'd do something else, well, just because, I've already done 'this'. No need to do it twice. May as well try sum'tin else.
    Besides, I'm interested in SO many different disciplines I could live 10 lifetimes and still not run out of things to try.
    Guess that's why I'm a journeyman of many things and a master of none.
    My life story!
    Variety is the spice of life.
     
  3. tptCarl

    tptCarl Pianissimo User

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    And exactly which Army Band were you accepted into?
     
  4. Eclipsehornplayer

    Eclipsehornplayer Forte User

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    Boy does this ring true for me; Of course I never made it to college until I was 28 and long out of school but that's a long story.

    I have a long list of things I'd like to have "do over's" on! I really do love to play with a passion that is downright infectous. The more I play the more I want to play.

    I can't help but wonder "What Might Have Been."
     
  5. stchasking

    stchasking Forte User

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    I would have taken a little different path to emancipation. I should have found a job in Montana even if it took longer to graduate.

    I was retired for all of 3 months. I go back to work on the 15th of January. The offer was too good to turn down. This must mean that regardless of path the outcome is what I intended.
     
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  6. smurf351

    smurf351 Mezzo Forte User

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    Yes, yes, yes, and oh did I mention YES! I would have never put down my trumpet and never, never, NEVER picked up a wrench.
     
  7. lmf

    lmf Forte User

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    Hi,

    Nope!

    God called me for my vocation and I responded. I had one vocation from that point until I retired three years ago.

    I doubt if I could have chosen better.

    Best wishes!

    Lloyd
     
  8. amuk

    amuk New Friend

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    No, my career is right for me---I like what I do and I'm good at it.
    I would have loved to play trumpet, I think, for a living but I wasn't really a good enough player to play in a major symphony, which was my goal.
     
  9. midwestchops

    midwestchops Pianissimo User

    GOOD CALL! i turned wrenches and as far as doing it over........yeah, im doing that now. back in school for music ed. after getting married, graduating from college, working and having two kids. i should have taken a break and realized how much i really wanted music to be my life, even if it meant a lot of schoolwork :roll: now im the old guy and everything is harder:dontknow:
     
  10. BergeronWannabe

    BergeronWannabe Piano User

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    Well, I'm still in college and practicing. Another year and we'll see what happens.
    Peace,
    -Andrew
     

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