Plastic surgeon. I'm still pursuing that goal, but have a ways to go. Would also like to be a pro athlete in a sport like basketball, soccer, or football. That feeling you get when people cheer for you is surreal. I remember winning my 800m race in track back in high school and the crowd going nuts. One of the best feelings ever. Plus pro athletes have so many kids that look up to them. People waiting hours just to see you for a couple of seconds or getting your autograph.
Just stay at home, make beats, sell them for a few Gs to artists and email it to them. Doesn't even have to be Gs I'd be satisfied to sell for hundreds, as long as I can live a very comofortable life and not have to worry about money.
Very realistic imo, just have to be lucky I guess.
To get paid and make a comfortable living producing beautiful music.... I really don't know what career could make a person any happier.
A few years ago, randomly, I started listening to a local classical music station, which led me to a jazz station, and I became obsessed with piano music. I bought a piano off craigslist less than 5 months ago and have been attempting to teach myself to play. I don't practice as much as I wish I could/should, but I love everything about it. I will never be a famous piano player, but a realistic dream job/side hustle of mine would be to play piano in Portland venues.
I like to think I am at least in the job field(s) of my dream career. I have worked part-time for Nike for the last 5 years. And I also work full-time in a group home for troubled boys. I love sports, and I love helping kids. So I consider my self very blessed to have 2 jobs with 2 good companies each of which I am passionate about.
DREAM JOB? not the one that I'm realistically hoping to achieve right?
Because. Shit, I'll give ya both.
Realistic one that I should eventually get if I continue to work hard, Is becoming a lawyer (IN law school now) and then I go on to have a decent sized law firm and have a few lawyers working for me. (Got my undergraduate in Business Admin.)
DREAM JOB? Work for the NBA in almost any respectable capacity (Not ball boy or janitor or some shit.) Perferably with the Lakers. - MY FAVORITE TEAM, Plus its a good franchise, its in a good location (my home town), etc.
With that, I would be anything from a head coach, assistant, specialty coach, anything within the marketing team, the lawyer team, the training staff, to commentator for TV, radio, whatever. I love basketball and sports but I don't watch as much simply because of work and school.