Being in final grades, not only did I read fiction books but also intelligent books, but I did not use the knowledge I gained in my life. Then I was different, other experiences, there was not much of the past behind me. But I would wish young people more to live and less to think about a career. More to enjoy themselves, less to feel bad about failures.
The Internet age has brought one very important insight – there are many people in our world who are smarter, more talented, and wonder-makers. And we’re only a little tiny screw.
And here the biggest task would be to learn how to live with yourself as you are – imperfect, not the best.
I survived this very sincerely. And I think what matters is not what you create, but what you do for your loved ones. I know a lot of parents who were universally recognized as geniuses but didn’t have any connection with their children. And those kids are unhappy.
© Fortune, 2019
It is more important what is your relationship with loved ones than your career, agree?