The speaker starts his discourse by looking at someone who may not want to continue doing something, or that nobody may want this particular anymore.
The market can be weird, and you could be affected by beyond you.
The speaker’s thoughts are encompassed by the Japanese word ‘Ikigai’, which means that which gets you out of bed in the morning.
He goes on to talk about the fact that you never work out your Ikigai, whichever of life you may be in.
It is affected by change, as you may need to care for someone, or your industry may have sort of .
So, you are effectively dead, even if you are still alive, and the speaker finds this .
Someone successful, who may be thought to have ‘made it’ can wake up with a profound sense of .
This refers to despair, where monotony rules and what people, no matter how educated, sophisticated or , really want is a sense of anticipation.
People are really only looking for wonder, although they were trained to work hard and and network, to climb the ladder of success.