In college, I started as a Chemistry major primarily because I liked math and science and my dad was a chemistry teacher. Math classes are required (ie: to calculate moles for conversions) for many science tracks and I learned I preferred classes like Calculus and Statistics even more than the lab. Before my Junior year, I switched to a Finance major (with a minor in Finance) and started taking business classes like, of course, Accounting, but also Economics and Business Law. I enjoyed my courses and was lucky enough to work at a company (to pay my way through college!) in the Receivables area. As a college student, I was able to work in other areas as well, which allowed me to see what I was learning in school. Right after graduation, because learning never stops(!), I took a class to help me pass the CPA exam and successfully passed. That certification served my career well. I worked in Insurance and Banking as an auditor, (finance) operations manager, compliance manager in the Legal Department and now Risk Manager. While my father helped start me on a path, you need to pursue what you enjoy. The key is that any decision is not permanent; there are a lot of factors in life that allow us to change and grow. Embrace them all.