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I was talking to a cousin a few weeks ago who didn’t have a job post-graduation because in his words, he hadn’t found something he’s “passionate about.” He wanted my thoughts on how he could find a job that got him excited.
As the conversation started to unfold, I thought only one thing.
Kill. Me. Now.
I love my cousin, but it was apparent that he’d be a nightmare of a teammate cuz he’s got this unrealistic view of what the world is like. And let’s not chalk this up to youthful idealism. This was pure, unadulterated stupidity.
I love love love my work at CB Insights. It is my passion.
I love our team, our product, covering the next big thing in technology, writing the spiel at the top of this newsletter, figuring out how to acquire/retain customers, etc.
And even though I like so much of what I do, I still hate 25-30% of it. And that’s life.
There is an essay by Mark Manson (see The Blurb) which describes this as well as I’ve seen.