The life path number, which is derived from your birthday, doesn't really determine what you should be doing for a living. Your birthday numbers are more about lessons that you need to learn, and where you tend to go to extremes. It's the numbers from your name that show what you dream of being, where your talents are, and what you're likely to do for a living! Now that I've said that...
Can a "dog person" own a cat? Sure they can. And I'm sure they'd come to love the cat. But they'd probably be a lot happier owning a dog and would likely have a better relationship with the animal that they have a naturally affinity for.
Can a mathematician succeed in an English Literature class? Sure they can. But they'd have to work wayyy harder at writing those essays than someone else who has a natural flare for creativity!
Sure, you *can* be an actor, but you'd likely have to work really hard at it, if you're not naturally creative, expressive, or have an uncanny ability to mimic people. But answer this, would you rather be a mediocre actor, or an awesome lawyer?
With numerology, the occupations are *suggestions*, which best utilize the skills & talents that you have naturally, and would probably find yourself happiest in a position that utilizes those talents.
You could be an actor, if you really wanted to, but with a 4 life path, you'd likely find it difficult to put your mind-set into the roll of becoming someone else (the character), only to have the director say he doesn't like the way that character is being portrayed, and have you become someone else yet again, only to turn around and say he liked the original character better... it would drive you crazy! Besides, you'd probably find yourself stressing about the ever-increasing set costs with each change the director makes (cutting into your profits, as an actor), and would be rolling your eyes at the extreme emotional outbursts of the more creative types. You might like being an actor for a day (a week, a month, a year), but would ultimately find yourself disliking the job, or end up switching careers to something behind the scenes.
You know, you could work law during the day, and then have a jobby (a hobby you get paid for) as an actor, maybe at your local live theatre (they get paid too!)
Being a lawyer doesn't have to be boring. Didn't you watch the movie "Erin Brockovich" where they went after that company that was dumping toxins into the public water system? How exciting it must've been for her! I'll tell you, that lady (the real Erin Brockovich) is FAR from boring!
You could specialize, focusing on something that interests you -- as a lawyer, you could do failed marriages, criminal defense, or even medical malpractice, and as an accountant, you could specialize in something like mergers & acquisitions (company take-overs)!
The occupations suggested in numerology are trying to make use of your natural talents. Figure out what they are for yourself, and then make your own occupation (maybe blend them, being an accounting lawyer!)... find out what it is that you just love, *love*, *LOVE* to do, and then find a way to make money at it. If you can do that, I promise you'll never hate your job, and you'll be astonished that someone would pay you for doing something you really like doing, and you'll be excited to get out of bed every day!
Answered By: ▐▀▀▀▀▀▀▌ Sticki♥Chick ▐▄▄▄▄▄▄▌ - 12/21/2010