When I was a teenager I never knew that my tinkering had a name much less be a carreer option.
A few years ago I got the opportunity to work at my church’s national men’s ministry conference. All I was doing was recording the various presentations so that anyone who want to relive the conference can do so.
Looking back what this and other experience has taught me is that, value what you have. No matter how insignificant you might think the skill is someone will find it valuable.
Learn all you can about it and how to exploit it because you may never know where that skill will take you.
For me from messing around in my bedroom to working with the national media team in my church. I’ve also used this same skill to work in government media, rubbing shoulders with 3 Prime Ministers and various Ministers of government.
If what I initially thought as useless is an actual career what say what you have. Imagine if you took that seriously you may never know where you’ll end up.
The lesson is this learn to value what you have.