But I believe my dad had it right. There’s really only one thing you need to be successful in whatever you’re trying to do. And that one thing drives all the others. I remember the conversation as if it were yesterday. We were driving home from my part-time job at Bob’s Camera Store and I had been thinking a lot about the future. How was a sixteen-year-old supposed to know what to do with his life; which way to point? There were so many things to consider, and college was barely a year away. As we rounded the corner from Highland onto Southern I turned to my dad.
“How am I supposed to go about choosing a career? Where do I start?” His response was profound, and not of the times, and for some reason that surprised me. Read More→