INSPIRATION: How to Figure Out Your Life After Graduating College | DailyVee 512

INSPIRATION: How to Figure Out Your Life After Graduating College | DailyVee 512

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How to Figure Out Your Life After Graduating College | DailyVee 512

I genuinely believe that the world is giving the “wrong” information to 20-somethings.

This is not the time to go “safe” and “practical.”

This is the time to be massively risk oriented. It’s time to go live in Bali for a year, or try to become Beyonce, or live with 8 roommates in a studio apartment hustling towards your passion.

I have empathy for things like student debt … but this is the time to make the high risk moves around the things that’ll make you the happiest, even if you have to work more (or take a night shift job while you focus on your passion during the day).

My advice for college grads who are trying to figure it out: Either work for someone who you want to become, or go all in on your own craft.

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7 Replies to “INSPIRATION: How to Figure Out Your Life After Graduating College | DailyVee 512”

  1. Hello Gary. I'm Giulia and I'm 21. 
    I recently decided to stop studying physics at college after 2.5 years of trying hard and living miserably. My parents gave me this opportunity and I'm so grateful for what they've been doing all these years but I felt like I was being a loser if I stayed stuck in there.
    Watching this video I had lots of tears streaming down my cheeks cause I'm realising I have so many limiting beliefs and fears about what to do next, cause the truth is that I jumped off the train without having the slightest clue of what to do now that I've screwed my Plan A. 
    Currently my biggest project is earning money so that I can travel the world and do those high risk activities you talk about… To be 100% honest, I'm very afraid of what my parents (mainly) and closest friend will think and I'm afraid of feeling a loser. I'm also afraid I won't find my passion cause right now I feel literally lost.
    I gotta make that shift and make fear my best friend, it has to fuel me not to stop me.
    If someone can relate I'd love to hear his/her story, feel free to reach out.

    Thank you Gary for your endless source of good content