Pursuing Unconventional Career Paths in Singapore [Chills 52 with Christopher]
Singapore has always been a pragmatic society where the goal for most of us is to work hard and earn a decent living for our families. Pursuing our interests and embarking on unconventional career paths like urban farming doesn’t seem to be the priority but this was what our guest Christopher did even though he has a degree in aerospace engineering.
Listen to today’s Chills episode and get inspired by Christopher’s journey as an urban farmer in Singapore and how he manages his personal finance along the way. Who knows, you may become the next person to pursue your own interests after this!
After a life-changing farmstay experience in his travels, Christopher was drawn to the farming lifestyle. Through several hurdles (both physical & psychological), he finally took the plunge and started his unconventional career as an urban farmer. One interesting discovery he made was how he could apply what he has learnt in aerospace engineering in his farming work. Also, it is financially viable to take on an unconventional career path in Singapore. Opportunities are everywhere if you open your mind to them. There is much to learn from his experiences and this episode is one that you should not miss!
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