â€œAn indentured servant: a worker, typically a laborer or tradesman, under contract to an employer for a fixed period of time, typically three to seven years, in exchange for their transportation, food, clothing, lodging and other necessities. Unlike slaves, an indentured servant was required to work only for a limited term specified in a signed contract. Legal arrangements of this type have been extremely widespread throughout world history in different forms, and have had a number of specific names, and may overlap with the status of apprentice, debt slave, unfree labour, and other terms. Usually the status of indentured servant was entered into voluntarily by the servant.â€ – source Wikipedia
Itâ€™s amazing how similar this sounds like a “Corporate” job. Iâ€™m convinced that people become proud being indentured servants because itâ€™s the best option that they are comfortable with at the time. I also think that people psychologically struggle with the thought that maybe going to college was a dumb decision. But instead of trying something different they stick out a career path in hopes that it will get better or they will get used to it and like it better when they make more money.Â BULLCRAP!!!
Sometimes I think the question about â€œWhat do you do?â€ is asked only to see if you hate your job as much as they do. I truly believe that people who love what they do would do it for free. I find it hard to believe that most people love corporate life because they always are dreaming of doing something on their own. Iâ€™m willing to bet, that if your employer stopped paying you or even asked you to take a 60% pay cut, your ass would be out the door.
If you follow you dreams and things don’t work out at planned, you can always get another job.Â But if you defer your dreams and life expires too quickly, I dont think you get another life.
Stop Dreaming, Start Doing