Careers associated with the Artistic Holland personality type are some of the hardest to pursue – and the most rewarding. As a modern-day hippie/bohemian/free spirit, I find that it is often hard for me (and others like me) to find a job, a stable income, or any money at all sometimes! So I decided to write this article as a resource for all the hippies, bohemians, and free spirits out there who are creative, hardworking, and simply need to find a way to make ends meet, do what they want for once, or change careers and lifestyles altogether. I truly hope it helps people.
Dynamics is used for things like cloth, water, fire, sparks and other simulations. Even things like breaking objects, dangling earrings and other physical world simulations. There are artists/technical people that specialize in these things for films and TV.
The total cost of getting through Part 1 training (including the test fee) need therefore be no more than £100.00 or so depending on which study materials you choose…..I have seen instructor training companies advertising Part 1 training for £500 or more! I can’t begin to imagine how they justify that – OK so they may offer some kind of personal contact to discuss any queries or difficulties, but let’s be brutally honest here, if you can’t organise yourself to study for and pass Part 1 by yourself, you probably don’t have the skills or commitment to get through the rest of your training and should seriously consider whether you’re cut out for everything that being an ADI involves…harsh perhaps, but sadly true!
Since my graduation from the Anderson School of Management back in December 1996, I’ve had a chance to reflect on my diverse career path over the past 20+ years. As with any experienced professional out there in the industry, everyone has ‘nuggets of wisdom’ to share that will hopefully resonate and help guide you towards good decisions in your personal journey.
If you can’t afford to retrain can you gain experience by doing voluntary work? Voluntary work can be done alongside paid employment in your spare time. As well as traditional volunteering opportunities consider offering your services to businesses or companies in your area. If you’re committed, enthusiastic and will work for free, you may be able to gain some fantastic opportunities. It will help you build your confidence, your CV and if you work hard enough you may find you get offered paid employment.
I put this lens together for some ideas on finding a high paying part-time job opportunity. Most of these jobs can be found in any small-medium or large metro area around the country. Yes, even in depressed communities, you can still find these opportunities. I AM NOT SELLING ANYTHING. When you click on the link you can download the ebook free.