While dreaming of one path, you end up taking the opposite direction.
Usually that can be because the career prospects are better, but it could also be because you have no time or other responsibilities get in the way.
She was smart enough to finish the program in one year and was even awarded “MBA of the year”. She hated the school, the people and especially the degree.
She actually wanted to pursue something creative like writing or art, but her father forced her into this degree because it would offer her more options after graduation.
Well, there are actually two great answers to that question: Why You Might Not Pursue Them I’m going to go over those two points further, but first let me tell you a story about a girl.
I met her shortly after she had graduated with an MBA from a prestigious business school.
Life is a Journey Don’t see failure or success as the only end goals when it comes to pursuing your dreams. A lot of life falls into a gray area and dream-chasing is no exception.
Instead, think of life as a big journey where what happens along the way is just as important as reaching the end goal.
At least I tried which is more than most people can say.
I just don’t want to look back on my life when I’m 80 and realize I never even tried.