Thursday, October 27, 2005

Life begins today

Kurt Rosengren has a great post over at Occupational Adventure. He talks about change:
"To them I say, "Life begins today!" However much time you have left in your career, whether it's five years or fifty years, it's far too long to spend it unhappily. Forget the past. That - to use an economics term - is a sunk cost. It's gone and there's nothing you can do about it. Your past is relevant because it has brought you to where you are today, but don't use it to limit your future."
Very true. There are always reasons not to make changes in your life. But if you want to make a change in your life, do it.  Carpe Diem, as the story goes.
Thanks Kurt.
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