Career Development

I realize that in my close-to-five-years professional career, across four companies, the only time I’ve been really happy with my job has been when I’ve abandoned thoughts of “learning”, “career”, “career development” and stuff, and simply worked for the money.

Given that I don’t expect to ever retire completely (though I do plan to “half-retire” sooner rather than later) I think it’s important to focus on stuff like career development. But given that sometimes I believe I only want to build up a big enough base that after that I can take chances, short-term cash flow is important, too.

Oh, and in other news, I recently discovered that I’ve spent more time in my current job than in any of my earlier jobs.

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