Well, maybe the last thing only I can do. But think, assuming you have what you need, can live safely, have enough food and drink, will you continue to do your current job? Or will you embark on doing the things you’ve dreamed of? Don’t worry, it’s just a rhetorical question. I think we both know the answer, right?
“Reaching for the Stars”, “Chasing Your Dreams” sounds like the beautiful phrases we always wanted to be when we were young. Even so, people who give us such (clichéd) advice often have a reason. They want us to be happy – and obviously, no matter if they live the dream, everyone knows that the key to happiness is doing an inspirational job. . So how does this cycle start?
Work often shapes our lives in so many different ways, and yet we never think about what we would do when we were young. Depending on where you study and what you learn, chances are that you are not well prepared to create real value in your work until your teenage age or even coming. 20 years old. The higher education and university systems are not built on reality. A sad situation.
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