Alright, this might be below the "intellectual" belt, or anything resembling a fine thought process, but regardless, I thought I might want to share this with you, some sort of cosmic behavior, if you will.
- Back when I was younger (and to this day), I LOVED being the goalkeeper or the last guy in the defense, I possibly took those roles because no one wanted to play them.
- So, when I played DAoC (Dark Age of Camelot), I was playing a support class (Thane) for the majority of it, later on I ventured into Healer role (Cleric, Druid, Aug Healer, Aug/Mend Shaman).
- I was a GM on DAoC servers, or widely known as CSR (Customer Support Representative), and I loved my job, got promoted to the staff leader due to my work ethic.
- Then I started playing WoW, my main was a Disc Priest.
- Afterwards, I started playing League of Legends and I absolutely love the support role, and supporty jungler.
- Then, out of the blue, I got a job as Customer Support at Virgin Pulse (a well-being program), an actual job where I just got my first raise due to having high customer rating and overall nice work ethic.
As you can see, I've been doing beta roles my entire life (same goes for relationships, points of view and other stuff), I guess there wouldn't be alpha without beta, but then again, realization hits in the feels of ever-pressuring world where you need to shine to get recognition.
Thanks for the read boys.
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