"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
instills a fundamental misunderstanding of the world that can land people in a cycle of suffering. A more functional question is:
"What do you think others would want, when you grow up?"
Capitalism is at it's core, a demand to be Selfless or Starve. One must be others-focused, and fulfill a need.
Solve other's problems skillfully and willfully, and you will be fine, solve it for a million others, and you will be rich. Find a problem you care about, and you'll have money AND satisfaction.