He's one of Ireland's most successful broadcasting exports, but sports presenter Shane O'Donoghue has admitted his career path wasn't always so clear.
The Tipperary man - who is joining Fox Sports' US Open broadcast team - initially trained to be a stockbroker.
"I've been very unhappy in different jobs before my media career really set sail," the golf presenter told the Herald.
"I was in London working in a bank for a couple of years, training to be a stockbroker after leaving school.
"Then I came home and worked in retail for a short time before I joined Galway Bay FM in 1993."
Shane - who also presents CNN series Living Golf - worked with RTE and BBC before making it in the States.
Despite his brief career in banking, the former 2FM presenter admits broadcasting was his dream from a young age.
"In October I'll be 30 years in the business - I started out when I was 14 on a pirate radio station called CBC in Clonmel," he said.
"Since I was eight or nine it's always been something I've wanted to do. I've always had an obsession with microphones."