Throughout most of my career, I was a square peg trying to fit into a round hole.
While those around me thrived, I suffered from a lack of enthusiasm and the sneaking suspicion that this wasn’t what I was supposed to be doing with my life.
8 years and 3 companies later, I ran away to business school with hope of finally figuring myself out. It was an amazing two years, but the answers didn’t quite rain down on me like I hoped they would.
I graduated from business school and started a new career - I gave it a chance, but deep down I knew – it wasn't "me" either.
Up to this point, I had let life to happen to me instead of going after the life I wanted.