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It's one thing not to always love your job,

If you had met a young Steve Jobs in the years leading up to his founding of Apple Computer, you wouldn’t have pegged him as someone who was passionate about starting a technology company. Jobs had attended Reed College, a prestigious liberal arts enclave in Oregon, where he grew his hair long took to walking barefoot. Unlike other technology visionaries of his era, Jobs wasn’t particularly interested in either business or electronics as a student. He instead studied Western history and d

“Tab-hoarder” is one of many titles I have earned in my office. Guess it is time to change some habits. Great post!

: [] No one can prepare you for the love people *you* love can feel for them, and nothing can prepare you for the indifferences of friends who don&apost have babies.

People never want to do one thing. We want to do the things. We simultaneously want to exercise to learn Spanish to go out for pizza. Our desires countless, independent agents, working to nudge our beachball in their own selfish direction.You will want to attempt more than you can achieve.

Or another situation: a man’s girlfriend who was so jealous that she demanded passwords to of his accounts and insisted on accompanying him on his business trips to make sure he wasn’t tempted by other women. This woman was like the NSA. His life was practically under 24/7 surveillance and you could see it wearing on his self-esteem. His self-worth dropped to nothing. She didn’t trust him to do anything. So he quit trusting himself to do anything.But people should also look at it in the n

: I know... You must see I feel a bit cheated. Related lists from IMDb users

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