steelersman wrote:You know this is a really funny question. I am actually really happy when I am not working. When I exercise, follow sports, and talk to people. However I don't consider work to be very enjoyable.
I do wonder if I should become a personal trainer.
At least you didn't say, I wonder if I should be a DJ.
Seriously, though, maybe PT is your calling. If you can do that and tolerate with equanimity the comes-late-and-reschedules-all-the-time-and-pays-late-occasionally, the knowitall-agrees-with-your-approach-except-for-xyz, the whiningly-defensive-why-am-I-here-and-why-aren't-you-helping-me, the creepily-leers-at-you, and the vaguely-hints-around-"supplements" customers you eventually (inevitably?) get, and keep these assorted crazies more or less happy within your boundaries, you've got it made. (Probably others would have better insights into personality-disordered personal training clients than I, but you get my point.)
If you like the basic work, those annoyances will seem minimal, even though they would be frustrating to others, and become, Oh, whatever, that's just life.....