Oct 8, 2014

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What’s the Music in Your Life?


Each and everyone of us has our own ideas when it comes to our desired endeavor and whilst many of us really like the allure of office jobs, that is certainly just not for me. I was at one point of time, dwelling under such delusion. I still recall vividly how each time I went on the road and run into someone who was wisely dressed in professional suits and felt they were brilliant. Of course, I was really driven to excel in my professional employment.

2 years afterwards, things have steered a remarkable u-turn. Professional jobs are really not as attractive as I depicted them to be. No, I am not a failure. I actually got myself into one of the fortune 500 companies worldwide and that is a fact, I will be able convey you. Sadly guess what, the 2 years that I devoted working there was marked with woe and it was hard for me to force myself to remain even until six pm and that was when I told myself that it was most likely advisable to go forward.

You may dub me impulsive, but as much as I am able to ascertain, I have tried chatting to my peers who graduate at about the same time as I am. Contrary to popular belief, I see most of them going through the very same ‘prisoner’ suffering as I did. The paradox of thing is the misery is not something that is as a result of lack of economic reward. Indeed, most of us were handsomely rewarded in our jobs and we did discern how lucky we were when many of us in the nation are still scrambling to find jobs.

I decided to leave office not as a result of there was no job security. You could very well call me immature but it quite simply was the office infighting that pushed me to my choice. I dislike it when I must be not who I am. I detest it when I have to defend for the sake of fighting instead of to achieve advancements. I cannot picture myself doing this kind of thing for the rest of my twenty or 30 years. I only have one life and I will want to treasure it. Since my decision to call it quit, I will never look back and it is a choice that I will never feel sorry for.


As for me, I am still more fortunate than most of my classmates as I maintained my way of life easy and piled up sufficient savings over the 2 years to facilitate me to pursue my interest now. I am at this point enjoying myself 100 PERCENT of the time and as opposed to previously when I had to dread wishing for the clock to touch 6, time marches on nowadays.

This blog is portion of my pastime and side activities. I take it as my personal diary, albeit a digital one. I’d be ecstatic if you tell me that you really like my blog site. But otherwise, I still need to say thank you for stopping by.

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