According to wiki, “Jack of all trades, master of none” is a figure of speech used in reference to a person who has dabbled in many skills, rather than gaining expertise by focusing on one. However this might be so related to me I do n’t know how it happened but this seems like my attitude growing up.
The shortened version “a jack of all trades” is often a compliment for a person who is good at fixing things. Well yes, a certain level I could say that I keep myself proactive in participating in all of the activities when I was growing.
I grew up in a financially challenge family background where our daily needs was yet to be chased from the difficulties of our family’s poor education and unwilling spirit to be responsible. Because of that struggle, it created a fan inside my heart to cut the chase and strive for more of what I can do, that was the start of this attitude.
Breaking the bond of “mal responsable” from our family, we strive to study and broaden our horizon to opportunities and opportunities to success. We built our focus on the honoring, helping and holding on to the promise that we will always have guide to do thing we could overcome.
I finished my collegiate degree in Computer Science. My sister a social worker. My younger brother serves in Marines. My eldest sister an education teacher. My other younger sister a secretarial graduate. All of this in an attitude of chasing our dreams. Dreams that was inculcated to our brains. My mother did this, she always tells us that she has no other inheritance she can give but only education that can build. The mindset that always captivate me that could be pass on to the needy.
Today, I work as a consultant in an international software company. I am also building a career in financial consultancy with another insurance company. I am honing my skills in events hosting and building our small business on wedding coordinating with my wife. I have one baby boy and a bright future ahead of him. I only make a move, there is somebody who made it good.
Being Jack of All trade is not bad at all. It only keeps me driving for safety of my future. I only prioritize and keep it bold to move along side my faith. I believe to keep it growing just like that!
Thanks for joining me and I see you on my next blog.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton