and don’t let anything stand in the way of your dreams. And for those who overachieved at least one day in their lives, this idea will make a lot of sense.
A week of hospital & home care left me without enough time to think about people and places where you should invest. And although it might also make sense to look at this from a financial perspective, it makes even more sense to set your priorities right in terms of personal choices – and here is where the surprises arose and where the wonderful things emerged.
But here’s the tricky part – if you feel good at something, and know it’s not the thing you will always do, there is just that much experience you will gain out of it. Most likely, you will end up spending a lot of energy you will never get back not in time, and not in experience. Obviously, it’s always so easy to get lost in being good enough rather than changing course and doing the thing you feel you should have done a long time ago. I don’t mean being mediocre at something – I mean, being good, being great actually, but not good enough to ever be considered excellent at it.
By the way, if you were wondering, the quote is from Steve Wozniak, and notes on his speech can be found here: link