Ahhh, the elections are over…and now back to your normal broadcast stations…
Image by Dominick Rabrun
And so it's back to my mind wandering again. One of the things I (and I suspect not the only one) ponder about is what I want to do when I grow up. I know some of you love what you do and you wouldn’t do anything else. I applaud you. But for me I can’t help but think there’s a career outside the Cube Farm that would re-energize, renew, and fulfill me.
As I was contemplating the possibilities, I came across an article, Lessons We Can Learn from Jiro Ono. In the article, author Maximiliano “El Nerdo” Nérdez reviews the documentary, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, in which he says: You must fall in love with your work. Yep, sure, I agree. He also says that doing what you love comes with sacrifices and pain--like excruciating pain. Ok, that's not new but do you need pain and sacrifice to be happy? What do you think?