Success, Money, and Passion

Fantastic advice on pursuing your passion.
Apr | 17 | 2013

Apr | 17 | 2013

Bryan Cranston has sage words on choosing a career that will last:

First fall in love. Go with something you love and hopefully become really good at–as opposed to doing something you’re good at and hopefully fall in love with. Because that will sustain you through all the hard times. Truly, truly love it.

To hear the entire interview, click below:

Simon Says

Whatever success I seem to be having in my career stems from my passion. Fifteen years ago, I worked in corporate HR and just didn’t have any fire for it. I was much more interested in technology, disruption, emerging trends, data, and books. I’m a big believer that money and success follow the passion. Without the latter, you’re unlikely to find the former.


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