I love the article (linked below). It reminds me of when I once injured my ankle while I was in college.I sat in the security office for an hour or so with ice packs on my ankle. Yes, that same ankle, for those who know me.
Making small talk with the security officer who had picked me up after I'd slipped and fallen face-forward in the ice/snow outside of his office, at some point he said "I have the most important job on this campus..."
He went on to describe some of his responsibilities during the previous 20+ years, including some successful, well-known graduates who he felt proud of, whether he had encountered them or not.
"I've made a difference for the better here in a thousand different ways and if I could go back, I'd do nothing differently,' he said proudly.
What about YOU? Can enough daily meaning compensate for a lack of daily bread, if you can make it work?
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Stop Chasing Happiness. What You Really Want Is Meaning, and You Can Have It Now
Aytekin Tank, Entrepreneur; Founder and CEO, JotForm