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16 Reasons to Not Follow Your Dreams

The Counterargument for Each

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When we were 7, if someone asked us what we wanted to do with our life we would consider it for a moment and say whatever we thought was a cool job: “Astronaut, painter, dog trainer”. With no notion of how well salaried each occupation was and no shackles of society to bind us, we just said whatever we truly wanted to be.




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Eve Arnold

Eve Arnold

Service Designer. Writer. Author of ‘Occupation Happy’ and ‘100,000 Words’.

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