Try to do what's fun for you. Even better, look around to see what is the most reliable career as a backup that's closest to what you want to do. I know for a fact I will never be a pro skier unless I get fucking amazing this year, which has virtually no chance of happening.
The second choice to embed skiing into my life is to get into the industry. Since I don't have a chance of competing with the likes of K2 and Solomon, I won't try to compete by making skis. It may be a hobby eventually, but as of now I need to focus on school and such and I would rather focus on getting a good education rather than wasting cash on some project that takes a bunch of time.
Essentially, you should really be logical about your career path. you're only a 9th grader so you have a TON of time to think about this and get amazing grades so that you have all your options open to you. I wouldn't worry about it too much at this stage, but sooner or later you'll need to figure out what you like, and what you're good at, and what's the best combo of both in one job.
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