Not for me. I am enthusiastic. I like big stepping stones. Time tenacity imagination money and experience. In my career I liked lateral arabesques. Leaving British Aerospace after three months, going to Venezuela with Shell, insisting on going to European HQ rather than staying in New York headquarters with ITT. Joining ITT from Shell when headhunters told me ITT would suck me dry in two years and kick me out. Leaving school at 17 instead of going to Oxford. Retiring at 48 wondering if I had enough money every one saying I was crazy except my wife who supported my decision. What fun. No regrets.