I HAVE A friend who started a new job. It's a huge career change. When asked how it was going, she said, "Great. Except I have no idea what I'm doing."
To which Sheryl and I say, "Change will do you good."
At my daughter's WIU graduation ceremony last Saturday, one of the speakers challenged students to not get bogged down by one path or job. Except for her mistaken notion that the media encourages a one-job profession, her advice was right on the mark.
Can you chase the dream and be practical at the same time? No?
Oh well. Do it anyway.
You can run in place, or you can place where you run.