For those that don’t know what they love, you have to try stuff out.
At 30, I am doing what I love at a job for the first time.
Chris Martin
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Yes. Precisely. That’s why I started with that.

The thing is, many of us don’t realise that it’s okay not to have your whole life figured out. It’s okay to break a few eggs before you can make the perfect omelette. But since we don’t realise that, we continue to work in a job that we can’t relate to, and eventually begin to hate it.

But none of that should be reason why someone makes the decision to take the plunge into the sea of entrepreneurship. Anything that starts with a misplaced intent, chances are you jumped the gun too fast and are now doing something you may eventually come to dislike.

And student loans? Don’t even get me started on that. The lives student loans have destroyed is too damn high.

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