A woman in the United States was originally a lawyer and later became a pet communicator. (Picture/reproduced from Nikki Vasconez Facebook)
Changing runways is not an easy task, and no one can predict the outcome. A 33-year-old woman in the United States originally worked as a lawyer, but later resolutely gave up and switched to a career as a pet communicator. The result was quite successful. Not only was her salary better, but her appointments were also full. It was really unexpected.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, Nikki Vasconez from Philadelphia used to be a lawyer with an annual salary of US$75,000 (approximately NT$2.37 million), but the long working hours made her very unhappy. He resigned rashly and didn’t decide to follow his dream and become a pet communicator until September 2020 when he started learning how to talk to animals. A year later, she began to promote on major social platforms. “I started practicing with pets of family and friends, as well as animals of strangers, for free.” Surprisingly, when she founded social media, she began to gain stable followers, and she continued to do so. Increase.
Nikki was surprised to find that appointments had been booked for months, she could earn US$550 (about NT$17,000) per 90-minute consultation, and the waiting list exceeded 7,600 people. As for how to communicate? She would look at pictures of pets, ask “them” questions telepathically, and communicate with the animals by receiving images or thoughts in her mind, as well as feelings, “which are animals expressing what they want or need, like or One way of not liking something is a two-way dialogue with a living or spiritual animal.”
Nikki admitted that her ability to talk to animals was not an innate talent. “Everyone has the ability to do it, but I didn’t realize it was possible until I was 28 years old.” However, there are some drawbacks to the job. She received a lot of nasty comments from online trolls, calling her a “liar” or a “schizophrenic” and blasting her for taking advantage of grieving owners to make money.
Nikki felt very heartbroken about this, “I never want to take advantage of others, my job is to help them.” She used to be very concerned about these comments, but now she has learned to look at them with a positive and optimistic attitude. “These comments were really disturbing at first. , but now they won’t let me down anymore.” He stressed that he was only sharing the information he received and helping those in need, rather than convincing everyone.