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Friday, June 29, 2012

For Anyone Who's Ever Had A Career Crisis

I love TED Talks. No matter my mood or what's going on in my life, I am always left incredibly inspired and genuinely happy after watching a TED Talk (well, this is true for most of the ones I've watched anyway). If you've never heard of TED or have never watched a TED Talk, get on board - especially with the one below. It's just great. In it, Alain de Botton (in a very engaging and hilarious way) talks about career crises and the perception of success in society today. It's quite relevant to me, since I'm in my early thirties now and finally asking myself the age old question - so what do I want to be when I grow up? If you've ever questioned your career path or your "success" in life or your future (who hasn't?), you should watch this video.

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