June wanted a day of baking gem stones and locked me out of the kitchen. Before working as a telegraphist for the Union Pacific railroad in the Eighteen Sixties I went out into the garden to talk to a number of Boer War soldiers busily reenacting the Siege of Mafeking in the rabbit hutch (the rabbit having moved into a penthouse apartment on the South Coast). One showed me a model of the USS Nautilus he kept in a tropical aquarium and then extolled the virtues of breeding veil tail guppies - in response I showed him a picture of myself as a young child in the company of a group of dog headed men. June came upstairs after lunch with a slice of cake she had christened Marie Antoinette - I went down later with an empty plate I christened Madame Roland.
Whether you’ve just finished school or have been working for years, if there’s a career that you’ve been dreaming of doing, take the leap. When it comes to your career, you can either choose to spend your time working in a role that you hate, or you can go after what you want. Life’s too short to work in a job that you don’t enjoy, especially as you spend the majority of your time each week at work. So be brave and go after your dreams, else you may live to regret it.
Not convinced that now is the time to go after what you truly want? Then have a read of the reasons below that explain why you should brave and go after what you want.
You’ll be happier
Think about how the concept of heading to work makes you feel. Do you feel happy and excited to arrive…
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