I need advice:
I was originally trained as a doctor (i.e., brain surgeon, specifically), but decided I didn't like cutting people open. I did acquire a bit of capital in my years as a doctor, however.
I chose to leverage my cutting skills to farming, where I cut open the soil with farming equipment and planted a variety of grains. After a substantial investment, my venture was unsuccessful and I was wiped out.
Penniless, I then chose to leverage my dancing skills as a busker. Yes I'm sleeping rough, but instead of cutting people or the earth's crust open, I'm cutting a rug.
So my question is: can I cut it as a management consultant? Any kind of management consultant, but preferably Tier Nought....which I suppose is higher than Tier 1.
I have a craving for the external validation of my career choices, so the opinions of you, the anonymous humble readers of this board, are essential to me.
My move into homeless dancing busking was precipitated by a post I once made to a homeless dancing busking career website, and everyone on it said I should definitely pursue a career as a homeless dancing busker.
So don't mince about, and cut to the chase...