Every year, at some point, recruiters at Google reach out to me with a very compelling message on…
Sophia Salim
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First CONGRATULATION on having the courage and conviction to follow your calling. Being an entrepreneur myself and having clients who either started out as an entrepreneur right out of the gate or transitioned into being an entrepreneur after getting experience working at other firms- couple of things come to mind;

  1. From your post it is clear that you have found your calling. In cases like yours following your calling is the ONLY thing to do- google or no google. It does not matter.
  2. I have witnessed couple of situations where an entrepreneur ( reasons are not important) decided to give up his calling and went to work for a corporation with the idea of trying entrepreneurship again in future. Unfortunately that future never comes. Finding ones calling is one of the most precious and satisfying experiences in life. My daughter is also named Sophia and my advice to both of Sophia’s is to follow ones calling and never look back.

“If you just work on stuff that you like and you’re passionate about, you don’t have to have a master plan with how things will play out.” — Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook.”

Best wishes.

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