Career Advice: Do What You Love. No Really!
“Commencement speakers have long offered graduating seniors the same warm and gooey career advice: Do what you love.
And graduates have long responded the same way: They’ve listened carefully, nodded earnestly, and gone out and become accountants. No surprise. On every day except graduation day, young people are taught that their futures depend not on following their bliss, but on mastering dutiful (and less lovable) abilities like crunching numbers and following rules.”
Daniel Pink suggests why, in the modern economic climate, doing what you love might actually be the sensible thing to do.
NY Times [Via Neuroethics & Law Blog]
Published: 5 June 2005
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