This is a trick question, because you can be whatever you want to be. Cliché but true.
There once was a boy that grew up in Missouri, where he lived on a farm with his family of six. He worked a newspaper route, waking up at 4:30 every morning to deliver the Times before school and repeated the round for the evening Star after school. He received poor grades, often falling asleep during class. He was always distracted, drawing cartoons on the sides of ambulances for decoration and publishing works in the army newspaper.
He then grew up… Started a short-lived commercial art studio, he went broke and moved to Kansas City to work at a Film Ad Company until he made enough money to start a cartoon company that resulted in a 12-and-a-half-minute, one-real film, of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland that was completed way too late and pushed him once again into bankruptcy. But he never gave up, moved to Los Angeles, and convinced a New York film distributor to sell six Alice comedies for $100 a month. He got married, his wife had little interest in film and did not believe in her husband’s decision to pursue film. He went three more years with little to no success until one special day, he created a character by the name of Mickey Mouse.
The man in this story goes by the name of Walt Disney. This farm boy, who ran paper routes, did poorly in school, and failed numerous times entrepreneurially, created the Walt Disney Company, with a current market cap of $168.4 billion. And when asked what his formula was to success, he responded with: “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. It’s not enough to have a dream, you have to pursue that dream, and this requires courage.”