22 years passed, John still has no point to set for his life. I meant he doesn’t know what he wanted to be. John was a gamer since the age of 7 and tended to be a pro gamer until he met other gamers, he realized that he was not the one as he expected. Now, what’s going on with his life. He sat in his room and started to think again, even though, that’s not the right way to figure it out and then he turns his eyes around his room while thinking, he sees his toys included game things he started to touch it and …. again he started to play the game to relief the stress. Another way on another day, he started to Google “What am I good at?”.
He reads couple of articles, he seems found a clue but hesitated to act or maybe lazy to act cause that might be not the right way for him as his foundation for school is messed up with those games.
In the age of 23 John got a work as delivery man. He felt weird and yes he worked so hard like everyone else who got their work for the first time. 1 month passed, John thought about to change his job because he thinks that his appearance is better to do with something else not kind of delivery man, either time, he also see the opportunity in the company, like IT man. He said to himself, in 3 months if he can’t change his position he will be changing his job.
4 months passed, he is still a delivery man by that time he is also trained to be a Team Leader, meant since the 3rd month, the manager saw his potential and already selected him to be Team Leader (but didn’t let John know yet). In 5th month, John became a Team Leader, his life this time is more changed because he started to interact with people more than he used to be. John seems interesting with his Job now, even though, he is not only working as a Team Leader, he also work as basis IT in that company (fix stuff, solve pc problem, control the network something related to PC), he learns & researches more about Tech, so one day he hopes he will be an IT man in that company. And NOW! Is this his a true goal or not for John? who knows or cares? For now, John enjoys what he has.