Blog Guy, your career advice is very useful, especially your tips on possible indicators that we may have taken the wrong career path at some point. Thanks to your last one, my brother got out of the bee-wearing profession.
Thanks. Here's a tip that a surprising number of young urban professionals tend to overlook, what with their busy schedules.
If you find yourself flat on your stomach and you can't get up, look over your shoulder. If there is a 3,000 pound bull on your back, then maybe you actually should have READ the questions on your Career Aptitude Test fitness before answering them.
Uh-oh, that one hits pretty close to home, Blog Guy. I myself was lured by a pamphlet called, "The Exciting Life of the Matador," and once I saw the sissy outfits and stupid hats, I was hooked.
Yes, know, I hear that from people all the time.
So if I see the 3,000 pound bull on my back, what else should I watch for?
Fresh blood on his horns may be a warning of more serious problems. It's 21 day fix extreme results probably nothing, but consult your physician to be safe.
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Top and right: Spanish matador Ivan Fandino is pushed to the ground by a bull during a bullfight http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2tKucqqnYQ at the Begona Festival in Gijon, northern Spain, August 10, 2011.
Left: Mexican matador Diego Silveti is pushed to the ground by a bull during a bullfight at the Begona Festival in Gijon, northern Spain August 12, 2011.
REUTERS photos by Eloy Alonso
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