Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Cutting the bridge

"Alice: Cheshire Cat, would you please tell me which way I ought to go from here? Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to. Alice: But I don't know where I am going. Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn't matter which way you go. (Alice in Wonderland)

I'm lucky, I work for myself, get paid well, live well, self-employed approximately 8 hours a week.

People work hard and then planify holidays here and there.
I rest, enjoy my day and planify workdays here and there.

New customers come to me without I search for them, and always give me interesting work.
And my trainee are happy of my course.
It is the life I dreamed for, I don't know why I am in such a good place.

And yet, as Alice when the roads are crossing, I don't know which way to take because I don't know where I want go. So, the urgent question is not what road to take. But where do I want to go.

I want to learn, to sell, to ship. I don't want to work for money. I want to work for something that make money.
I want to kick ass to schools telling to kids that the goal is to find a job.
The goal is to sow a seeds of passion and curiosity in their brain.
Passion, curiosity coupled with internet is what will move innovation forward and make the world a better place.

Finding a job and getting the paycheck should not be the goal.
Finding a job is a side effect caused by the curious mind.

For these goals, I decided that my time is not to buy anymore.

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