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Nothing wrong with not knowing what you want to do...

...but everything wrong with not doing anything about it!

Took him hella-California-take-your-time long to get to it, but Ramit scored with this point at the end of a recent post.

Look, at our age, there's nothing wrong with not knowing what we want to ultimately end up doing. Let me say that again: Stop feeling guilty that you don't know exactly what you want to do! But I think there's something entirely wrong with not actively trying to find out exactly what we do want.

from the end of
IWillTeachYouToBeRich.com: The Myth Of The Great Idea

Posted by Ian Ybarra on 14 October 2005