Let yourself get lost a little bit. There’s no reason to let labels or distinctions or the name on your diploma define who you’re going to be for the next eighty years of your life. Those are just words on a diploma. They’re not what you have to do. They’re not what you should do. They’re not what you’re destined to do. And so the more you test and the more you play around, the more you’ll find yourself in the world and not have the world tell you where you’re supposed to be.
Author: Form Magazine
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