you wanted to be, would you be a successful tennis player? Okay, it is fantasy time but I just had another dreadful job interview and they actually asked that question! I said I would be a number one ranked tennis pro with all 4 slam titles under my belt (and more to come!). They had no clue what i was talking about!
Often times when no one is looking I practice my perfect Steffi slice backhand or whippet forehand. Steffi is always the model even though I detested her until 1997 (uh, surgery and absence make the heart grow fonder...and quite sentimental).
Being a professional tennis player is the only true dream I have ever really had. Of course I am 36 and you need to be around 6 to start!
I love design and motion graphics. i went back to college for a second degree to pursue design, but tennis is my only true 'passionate' love.
What about you guys?
Oh, by the way i also had to take a computerized 'personality' test during the interview (it was kinda freaky corporate). I scored very high and I think they are going to offer me the job.
Good Luck with your job Mark But tennis is not my dream job I think I would be a tennis player only if I was really good and collect quite a bit of prizemoney and then leave to pursue other goals; but I wouldn't want to try and make a living from it.
I'm planning to hook up with some rich guy, so I don't have to work another day in my life.
Always a good plan! Personal ambition as a character trait is vastly overrated, I've always thought. (or at least it is in the USA)
Don't overlook the not-yet-rich-but-on-his-way guy, either. The line of eager ladies will be shorter.