Today you will get to know me from a new side after all these years: I can be helpful. Yes, you read that right: helpful! And from the heart. If someone really needs me, and that almost never happens anyway, then I'm there – no ifs or buts. As Charles Dickens once so aptly said: “No one is useless in this world who lightens another's burden.” Yes, and it's now up to me to lighten Marlene Greinwald's burden. Ultimately, she lost the mayoral election in Tutzing against Ludwig Horn. Personally, I would say: “It's a burden to be mayor of Tutzingen.” But Greinwald sees it differently. She liked being the head of the town hall.
That's also the reason why I'm helping her today. Finally, she is looking for a new job that suits her. She said that herself. And that's where you need someone like me, with a lot of life experience. Someone who means well for her. That's why we're taking an analytical approach today for a change: The woman is 62, so she's in her prime and full of energy. As is well known, life only really begins at the age of 66. She is hands-on, animal-loving, practical and an early riser. And, she is a feminist by conviction. Finally, last year she co-founded FidiP, the non-profit association for more women in politics at the Tutzinger Academy for Political Education. That was with a view to the Bavarian local elections in 2026, in which she will probably no longer play a leading political role. Kind of sad.
So, looking at her career, there is definitely something practical for her. After all, she is also a state-certified agricultural economist. At six in the morning before work at the town hall, she always looked after the 25 horses on the family farm, which has now been handed over to her daughter. That's saying something. Up so early and then energetic too. I praise myself for that.
Gardening or being a florist might be something for you. They deal with nature and plants every day and, according to a survey, are considered the happiest employees ever at 87 percent – followed by hairdressers (79 percent). But that's probably not for her. And if her daughter is now running the farm herself and no longer needs her mother, then another important job is also an option for her: professional dog walker. When there are so many dogs in the district. This can be professionalized. She has animals around her and is also in the fresh air. Excellent! I hope I was able to help you a little with your career choice.