What if Post Malone called you this afternoon with a job offer to be his personal assistant? How many of you would not immediately drop out of college to accept?
I don’t blame you. I probably would too.
Here’s the thing though: After five years, after the excitement has worn off and the stress of being Post Malone’s personal assistant has taken full-effect, you’d likely feel unfulfilled.
You’d feel unfulfilled because becoming a personal assistant is a great way to avoid responsibility. It’s also a great way to live someone else’s dream, rather than your own.
After all, you can’t get in trouble if you’re only the assistant, and you can’t fail if you never live your dream.