Thank you for posting this.
This is an excellent subject for discussion, especially for a numerology newbie like myself.
Although it is true that I sometimes use very basic numerology in my psychic readings in order to predict a person's most likely future career path, I prefer to leave the full in depth numerology readings to the experts.
Other members are more likely to respond and tell you how they are doing career wise and what jobs they have, if you first do the same. You say that you are both creative and inventive, so how are you at your given age applying these qualities of character to your current job or future career planning?
According to the information found on some numerology websites, while creativity and inventiveness are commonly found in number 1s (but even more so in life path 3s), the ability to be an effective leader and to work cooperatively and respectfully and tactfully (with good people skills) with the other members of your team is frequently more important in reliably predicting your likelihood of future success in such a position of greater responsibility and authority
That is of course unless you want to be your own boss and work independently of others, as in self employment or to a lesser degree freelancing.
Entrepreneurs, generals, commanders, CEO's and producers.
When it comes to being a good team leader finding the best balance between being tough and dynamic but at the same time remaining sensitive to the needs and opinions of those who work under you, is generally more important than how creative or inventive you are.
Please do not get the wrong impression here. I am not saying that you are wrong in believing that the number 1 career path fits you perfectly, and that the qualities of creativity and inventiveness do not play any role in this, and so you are wasting your time by posting it.
Quite the opposite is true.
But I am saying that while it could be interesting and encouraging to collect feedback from the other number 1 life path members regarding how well their careers are progressing which appears consistent with how creative or inventive they are, selectively picking out certain qualities and conveniently ignoring others which could prove to be more critical for future success, can be misleading.
Creativity and inventiveness are both valuable, positive qualities in any potential leader, but they are only two small parts of the jigsaw puzzle, and are clearly not the entire picture or the perfect profile of a good leader by themselves.
I really hope that you get as many useful responses as you can to this, because I believe that it goes to the heart of why we need to be extremely careful not to use numerology by itself to make predictions about a person's ideal future career, when there are so many other factors and personality qualities which could potentially influence this that are not available at the time to the numerologist.
If any numerologist tries to convince you that simply because you have a career path of 1 that you could never be successful in a particular type of job (no matter how hard you worked), then my advice would be to have no further contact with them as they are poisonous to our spirits.