What is a high paying job for a lazy but creative person?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Bailey Lawrence



What is a high paying job for a lazy but creative person?

I would suggest creative, non-technical work where you provide expert advice and do nothing.

So how lazy are you? And how creative?

Creativity comes naturally to creative people. But it is not a natural thing for people who are not creative (or who have not developed it).

This is your competitive advantage. This is your opportunity. It may seem smart for a living.

There are many fashion jobs that are popping up these days and not everyone knows what good work looks like in these new fields. For example, UX designers do a great job, but it's an easy area to fake if you're working with an unintelligent audience. T

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I would suggest creative, non-technical work where you provide expert advice and do nothing.

So how lazy are you? And how creative?

Creativity comes naturally to creative people. But it is not a natural thing for people who are not creative (or who have not developed it).

This is your competitive advantage. This is your opportunity. It may seem smart for a living.

There are many fashion jobs that are popping up these days and not everyone knows what good work looks like in these new fields. For example, UX designers do a great job, but it's an easy area to fake if you're working with an unintelligent audience. This applies to many creative works, but not to creative technical work. A shoddy graphic designer stands out like a sore thumb.

So what jobs am I talking about?

Anything from change management to organizational design, from UX designer to management consultant. I'm not saying these aren't legitimate disciplines with very talented people, just that they're easier to brag in the right setting (or wrong, depending on how you look at it).

How do I get in?

Get an advanced degree in something that's easy for you to study (you're lazy. Rocket science is more impressive, but I don't want you to push yourself). Or just get a college degree and do some weird alternative training that looks at energies. As long as you have a small amount of knowledge that people have no idea, you are essentially an expert.

How do I sell this skill?

You add value (learn that phrase) by * inserting an overly complicated and ultimately pointless way that you claim to do this *.

For example, “I have a Master's Degree in European Anthropology. I add value to organizations by helping them harness their collective social empowerment and leverage key concept exchanges across organizational silos. I work with a post-Jungian approach with a focus on being client-centered and mindful. "

If you're creative, getting poetic like this should be easy. And people will be quite impressed.

Then you can charge a good chunk of money to attend meetings, make things up, and send the occasional emails.

Enjoy!

As a deeply lazy person, I've thought about this a lot between naps and snacks. Here's my quick list: blood, sperm, or organ donor. That last one can be a bit difficult, but all you have to do is stay there. TV, Radio or Podcast Host - Sit Back and BS, How Hard Is That? Food taster for a third world dictator - stressful but easy. Housewife - oh yeah, I just said that! Are you not a woman? No problem, this is the modern age to be a homemaker. Reality TV Star: get a camera and there will be some pervert willing to pay to see you. I could go on, but I'm running out of breath.

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