Then what?

  • Get good grades at school so you can go to a good university ✓
  • Then get into that university ✓
  • Then get good grades again ✓
  • Then work for free until somebody values your work enough to finally pay you so you can eat food and stuff ✓
  • Then get a job ✓
  • And then… and then what?
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3 thoughts on “Then what?

  1. You commit to something and you give it your all, 100%. Knowing that you may fail.
    Because the goal isn’t to be the best, it’s just to do something. And commitment is scary. But you know what’s scarier? All of a sudden you are 30 and never tried, just cruised by, never committed to anything, and you are still the same person you were when you were 18. It’s better to fail at something and grow, then never try at all. Cause within our failures are some of our most important learning opportunities. We grow more in our failures then we do in our successes.

    The most important thing is, to stop waiting for life to happen and do something about it. It’s easy to say these were all the things you were supposed to do. But, you have to look at why you did those things. What stands out. And whatever that is work hard at it. Stop thinking about what you’re supposed to do, and just do something you can commit too and not look back. It doesn’t matter what this is. Whether this be professional, relationships, or hobbies.

    Once you find what it is you can commit too, you have to stop thinking about what you’re going to be doing next or where you will be going next, and think about how you can improve what you’re already accomplishing. Whatever that is, will take you down the road you’re meant to be on. And a road you should be satisfied and happy with.

    There is no such thing as a traditional path, there are just paths. But only you can decide which one to take. And it might be hard. Or it might be easy. But you just have to take the leap.
    No one can do that for you.

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