I have no idea. Whatsoever. I've been asking myself this (and trying to figure it out) for at least 5 years, and probably closer to a decade. I'm 25. I have no answer. This kinda sucks when I hold really high standards for myself, yet I don't know what to apply them to. I'm an efficient worker (I can excel at pretty much any job), I'm entertaining, and even when I'm down, I get back up pretty quickly. I left school for a semester on medical leave a few years ago, and came back strong as ever. In other words, I may get upset, but I always bounce myself back and get super motivated again. I love the feeling of accomplishing great things (if I found a way to get my employer a new business cellular account today, I'd be on top of the world). On the contrary, I hate being pushed around meaninglessly at work, and since I was in grade school, I've had a lot of trouble working on a "normal" 9 to 5-ish schedule (I really mean that, it lowers my performance that greatly). I'm great with computers, but they do frustrate me eventually (I used to be an IT student). I also love listening to music, and on a much more detailed level than kids who just crack open iTunes and play the new Gucci Mane. Apparently I'm great at public speaking and persuasion. I take everything seriously (Ari Gold is [in a humorous way] my role model), yet I try to take everything lightly so that I don't drive myself up the wall (did that for a while, and it definitely took it's toll on me). Like recently I've been cutting major corners because I'm on a tight budget, and I'm able to laugh about it. My best friend says it's annoying that I don't take things like this very seriously. Since I graduated last year, I've been trying hard to do something big with myself, as well as pay the bills. I held a web design job, then moved to CT, and now I sell cell phones. Everything else is great - I live on the beach with my best friend, own a beautiful BMW that I've always wanted, and get to go to cool music events frequently with my friend who's a professional DJ. Really nothing at all to complain about there. I'm trying to get into pharmaceutical sales, as I have a strange and really strong interest in the field, and I think I'd excel at it (drug reps I've spoken with have even agreed). I've recently considered going back to school to earn a PharmD, but I'm not sure if it'd help me get into the pharma field that I do enjoy. I used to enjoy chemistry in HS, and now I really enjoy researching/talking about the latest pharmaceuticals. I like make suggestions to others with such questions (if a friend is sick/medication isn't working/etc) so they can head in the right direction. Often times, I prioritize others before myself. It's been months since I've been intimate with any girls, and as much as this bugs me (like with any guy), I'll focus on helping my friends meet girls first - I like helping them that much. I guess you could say I love giving others an opportunity, and seeing them be happy. I guess that's all I can really say. This gets me once in a while, mainly because I'm not too excited about my current cell phone sales job, so I'm constantly looking for where to go next. But I'm sick of testing the waters, and jumping around. I've been frustrated this week because I really got put down by a coworker about my selling ability (which many have complimented as well), and it's making me second-guess pharma sales. What if I go through all the work to get that prestigious, high-paying, exciting job in a field I love, only to suck at it or despise of it? CLIFFS: 25 year old male, has management/marketing degree and no idea of what he'd like to do with his life to make him happy. Really bent on not dreading waking up every morning. Used to be the funny kid in school who did well yet never let anything bother him - now has NO idea what to do next.