If you find you are not in a career which your face indicates to be the best use of your innate talents, it is never too late to change your career. You can start out by volunteering to work for someone who has an ideal business which will help you develop and hone the skills required of your new career.
You can take classes at your adult education or community college very inexpensively. There is no limit to what you can do with your life, the only is your own imagination. So read books about the things you are passionate about. Reach out to as many people as you can find who know of others who are already doing what you would like to do. People are more generous than you can imagine.
If you’re going to spend one-third of your life working, at least do it with something that provides you job and fulfillment.
So no more excuses for you to exist in your own life. Life is meant to be lived, joyfully and with as much gusto as you are capable of mustering each and every day.
A person with an Administrator Face is not suited to jobs requiring intellectual or creative work or leadership skills. The best jobs for this individual involve a lot of repetitive activity or routine tasks which are not too challenging, do not require initiative and need minimal problem-solving or confrontation. These people prefer to follow rather than lead and is risk adverse, making them ill suited for major decision making or taking charge. The Administrator Face is found on someone who does data entry, flips hamburgers at a fast food restaurant, works on the assembly line in a manufacturing plant or is in middle management. This face usually shows the following traits:
• Low set ears, indicating the individual is a “see and do” type, working by rote or instructions
• A short chin which denotes someone who does not have the capacity to manage large groups and who prefers routine working hours
• Tight or low corners of the forehead, owing to a low hairline indicative of a person
who follows rules rather than creating their own and prefers not to spend time thinking about how to solve problems
• A protruding or building forehead which suggests a careful and sometime rather overcautious thinker and someone who is risk averse