Over the passed 35 years I have had so many jobs I can’t count them. And I am still not in the right career. Somehow I was never satisfied doing office work. There was always something missing. I don't belong in an office! At 60 I was asking where do I belong?

It's been a life time struggle. It's so frustrating going from job to job-- never fulfilled. I wasn't doing what I was born to do And my website has brought me full circle---back to what I should be doing.

Most of my life I have been working in offices. It's what I've been trained to do, not what I like to do, or where my heart is. I don't belong in an office! Arrgggg! Where do I belong?

I remember always having a pencil in my hand; writing and drawing. My Father was gone a lot. He was a traveling salesman. But he saw my interest and bought me design tools. Happy in my own little corner, I loved creating; writing and designing.

My Mother was a very dominant force in my life, and all she did was discourage my writing. "Don't get your hopes up." "Nothing will ever come of it," "Don't expect anything from it."

That's all I ever heard from her. So I hid my writing.

In the military I found what I was born to do. I loved being a Training Instructor in boot camp for the Air Force. It came natural to me. Then I trained other instructors into the program. So I spent five years in bootcamp!

After the military I went back to college to get my degree. I had always loved school. I even taught
non-academic classes at night. Then I went out on my own. I had to prove I could stand on my own with Mom and the military. But I fell back into what I knew and was experienced in --office jobs.

Looking for a business and a pot of gold, I fell for every scheme and scam out there. It didn't help my pocketbook.

Being broke, I made money the only way I knew, a lot of temporary jobs. I came very close to being
on the street. Depression and fear set in. It seemed like I was constantly praying. My belief in God was deep and I knew somehow I would make it.

I worked temporary office jobs to get by, and I learned I didn't have to be good at everything. Just one thing.

It has taken me so long to find myself. Thanks to Face Reading (physiognomy) I discovered my one thing. I am a creator. Ideas are my genius and my curse. I can’t stop it. It’s who I am, and what I do. Writing and speaking come natural to me.

Because of my frustration, I’ve turned my creativity to helping others with writing and speaking services. And “The Niche Profile” is a service to help you find your “Niche” right path.

Writer, Speaker, Profiler, Kathy Thompson, provides products, programs, and profiles to help you communicate better and succeed in life. There’s Free Stuff, Fun Stuff, and Good Stuff at:

Where Do I Belong? I've been working in the wrong jobs most of my life. A very unique method changed all that.

Author's Bio: 

With 8 years of teaching and 15 years in Toastmasters, Kathy Thompson really enjoys the platform. She has a B. S. in Business Communications and has taught her
programs around the country at various businesses and Adult Education Centers.

Writing has been a passion all her life, and she loves to write non-fiction and fiction.Her works have been published on-line and off.

She writes and speaks about Health, Personal Communications (writing & speaking), and her unique specialty of "Face Reading" has brought her plenty of media attention.

Kathy's goal is to help you be all you can be and reach your potential.

The result of her many years of experience and research is now on her website-- Kathy Communicates.com