Career Off-Roading: How Not Planning My Future Led Me to Google
Kim Mok

Love this piece Kim — I’m also an accidental Googler without a career plan but with a goth past — your thoughts about relying on instinct and continually challenging yourself to change resonate, as you move through life and in particular your career it seems to me that you get presented with different choices or doors you can choose to step through a door or not, make a choice or not —stay safe and out of harms way or make a move — you take the red pill — you take the blue pill — you end up at Google or you stay in Kansas. Our commonality (other than eyeliner) might be a natural polymath sense and a restlessness / personal challenge, maybe that is what brought us both to end up as Googlers.

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