Are you a person who talks too much?
Well, let’s have a rapid-fire then!
- Your teacher always complained to your parents in Parent-Teachers meeting that you were very gullible.
- You always have an opinion about everything.
- You are often asked to shut up.
- You blabber while sleeping also.
- You are not afraid to take initiatives and never hold yourself back.
Well, if most of the above points are checked √ by you, then congratulations! There are many exciting career choices are waiting for you.
Talking too much for long hours is a talent which everyone doesn’t have. Extroverts like Donald Trump, Richard Branson have earned a lot of fame because they are able to express themselves very fluently and with panache.
So, here is the list for you to choose from.
A Radio Jockey is a person who hosts shows on radio channels. Success in this field is measured by the engagement level of the listeners. Radio jockeys continuously speak for long spells and entertain people.
Famous RJs like Malishka and Ayushmann Khurana have made it big in the industry, their success stories speak for themselves.
The job comes with lots of perks like meeting different people, talking to them and obviously provides you with an opportunity to become a public figure. So, if everybody has always complained about you speaking too much, go show them the power of vocals.
2.Human Resource Manager
Next up in the list is the HR manager. As the name suggests, these people are in charge of managing people and therefore a lot of human interaction takes place. If you are a bit more than talkative, you will easily sail through this job which is equally challenging and exhausting.
Human resource people have excellent communication skills and lots of patience. if you are charming, intelligent, a person who enjoys being social and have good networking skills, this job awaits you.
The Internet has given rise to a lot of new careers such as blogger, youtuber, podcaster etc are a few of them.
If you have held back all these thoughts, you have so much to say and the world is your arena, go try your hands at podcasting.
As the number of podcasters keeps on increasing at a steady rate, the profession is picking up the pace.
People in the USA are already used to listening podcast. India is soon going to witness podcast being picked by people as the mainstream profession.
Some of the famous podcasters are Russell Brand, Jacob Weinberg etc. You can try listening to their podcasts and see for yourself if it interests you as a profession.
This is an interesting option for people who love to interact with new people on a daily basis. This job poses challenges such as constantly picking up and learning new languages to gather more clients.
As a tour guide, you are always talking and telling the tourists about the things you know. Yes, even in the era of Google, the requirement of guides is inevitable as machines can never replace the joys of human interaction completely.
The job provides lots of opportunity in terms of management and travelling. Loquacious people should definitely explore this option.
The last spot had a tough competition between Customer service executive and Interpreter. Here, I would like to bring this to your notice that here at knowing your nods there is no career superior to other and hence both the choices made it to the list.
5.Customer service executive
Customer service executives use their skills and experience to ensure that a company delivers the highest standards of service to customers.
Depending on the size of the business, the executive may deal directly with customers’ inquiries and complaints or manage a team of customer service representatives. It is not a hard job and is good for people with problem-solving skills.
Interpreters specialise in various languages and their job is to convert speech from one language to another orally, much like translators who convert written text.
Interpreters often work freelance or in government organisations and it is a very prestigious and comfortable job. They are also hired in hospitals and international conferences.
Some of the above options are offbeat and some are mainstream. Regardless, all are good options for a career. Take your pick!