There is a danger that if we let too much logic take the wheel, suddenly we find ourselves spending years in a job that was only supposed to be a ‘stepping stone’ because it’s good money and it’s funding the end goal.
“I am twenty-three years old and I am afraid of what my future will bring. I wish I could say I found an amazing career or became self-made prodigy or social media star but I haven’t.”
How does that make sense? We no longer live in an era where physical labor is something the majority of workers do, so how is physical exhaustion the sign of a job well done?
Always find time to be with people you care about. You only have 84,000 seconds in a day. Tomorrow will always be uncertain. Tell your parents you love them.
Waiting for inspiration will do you no good, you have to get to work regardless of whether you’re inspired or not.
The reality is, you’re not lagging behind. You’re just taking a different road.
You’re alive. You’re loved. You’re here.
Whatever your calling, be prolific.