Hello! I apologize if my question is not really related to the topic of this page, but I would really appreciate your advices. So I want to do theoretical physics for my phD (mainly BSM physics) and I need to present to a non-science public, for a scholarship, 3 ways in which I want to accomplish my goal in life (like coming up with something new, discovering a unified theory of physics etc.). I am aware of the physics theories that are the most likely (even if not experimentally feasible) to allow discovery of new physics but I am not sure I can present that, even at a basic level, to a non-science public. The paths can be anything, jobs I can take, places where I can work, theories I can follow, approaches to the research process. Can someone give me some ideas about what to do? Thank you!