No, not Dilbert… Scott Adams, the man behind Dilbert Comics. His blog is the awesomest for good reasons, check it out.
But check this first…
If you want an average successful life, it doesn’t take much planning. Just stay out of trouble, go to school, and apply for jobs you might like.
But if you want something extraordinary, you have two paths… Read more
Along these lines, let me show you Angeli (the one who doesn’t look like me in the picture).
A good friend of mine from Philippines. She struck me as a really smart, personable girl, full of energy. Very much in a privileged position to have many choices…
She made a decision to be extraordinary a few days ago.
Long story short: She left a job she didn’t feel for to pursue her passions.
Angeli, I’m not entirely sure what you’re up to next. But I trust it will be excellent. And though unlikely, if you do end up a homeless madwoman talking to strangers on the bus, at least you’d have a cool story to tell.
All the best!
Her letter about her personal struggle to leave a great job was published in a Filipino newspaper
Finally, I came to the conclusion that being a management trainee in that company was indeed a dream job, but it just was not mine. And I decided that I would eventually have to grow up and not let myself be bothered about what other people think or say.