Pursue Great

Fancy buildings may house the most toxic cultures.

Lavish lifestyles may mask the most insecure people.

Prestigious brands may conceal the most unpleasant work.

Do not concern yourself with optics; pursue great—great cultures, great people, great work.

Community, fulfillment, and mission are infinitely more rare and valuable than acclaim or wealth. Waking up each morning with a feeling that the day will be used, not wasted, seized, not soured, is a precious thing. Hold tight to it if you have it, seek it if you don’t, and spread the word to all the glassy-eyed, hoodwinked souls wandering blindfolded in the busy bramble thicket of our modern lives.

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