There is usually no master plan, and most great people take time off after school instead of plunging into work, even if they go into debt. These insights confirmed that they were onto something. "Their stories," Marriner says, "are totally contrary to what society tells our generation right now."
Tuesday, July 08, 2003
I was going to write a proper review of the RoadTrip Nation book, but I haven't got around to it yet. The web site actually gives you a really good idea of what's in the book, and this article gives some good background. A quote about what they learned about career planning by talking to successful people: