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Create A Vision For Your Dream Life First – Career And Money Second

Create A Vision For Your Dream Life First – Career And Money Second

I have worked in the corporate world for close to 30 years now. I have also started a web based business on making life changes and have had hundreds of subscription payments from clients, money from Google and thousands more using the free tools we have developed. I'm excited not only about my career (s) but mostly excited about my life.

There are hundreds of blogs, websites and news sites giving expert advice on careers. Here is some of my advice.

Is your vision for a great life about having a great career?

Having a great career is not about constantly searching for a fairy tale company where rainbows, money and caring bosses rain down on you everyday. It is not about joining Google. Having a great career (dare I call it a job?) Is a piece of the greater vision called your life. Your life vision includes your relationships, family aspirations, health, true passions and sometimes a host of other elements that make up the whole you.

My brother raced and delivered million dollar sailboats around the world for years and now owns an accounting business in Australia. He has told me that my years of corporate experience are invaluable. What do you know? Years of hard work and dedication in a corporation also pays off! His vision of a great life life and career was much different from mine. But we both seemed to be happy with our paths. The key is that our authentic passions are embedded in our life as a whole, not only in our work.

And if you can make your passion your job, then congratulations to you!

Do you think that Google employees are thrilled when the weekend comes? They are looking forward to sailing, playing with the kids, renovating, gardening, starting another .com, or anything else that gets them away from a computer screen. Life presents an infinite amount of choices for your vision. Choose well. Your vision should be life first and career second.

If you do not make money now, you'll hate yourself later.

Money is the number one factor when choosing a job. Anyone who thinks that money is not important needs a reality check. Money is what gives you the freedom to follow your passions outside of work. Making good money opens infinite doors. You may want to start a side business, build a dream house, volunteer at an animal shelter or join a Ferrari club.

Corporations offer plenty of razzle – dazzle benefits these days – from gyms, dry cleaners, great cafeterias, nap rooms and anything else they think will attract top talent. Many people get all hot and bothered about these things, and while they have signed up for $ 50,000, their friends are making $ 70,000 + and enjoying great health and stock benefits.

So think carefully about what you want out of a company. Is it having the company do your dry cleaning? Or is it having enough money to pursue your interests outside …

Dexter's Laboratory Animated Cartoons

Dexter's Laboratory Animated Cartoons

It all began with a pilot episode on Cartoon Network and later developed into a highly successful cartoon series. The adventures of our little boy genius captured the imagination of children and adults all around the world.

Dexter, boy genius! The Dexter's Laboratory cartoon series, developed by Genndy Tartakovsky, presents us with the adventures of a technical wizard, a master of invention, the king of science and the supreme ruler of inventions – Dexter, boy genius! Dexter may look like a regular boy, but he is in fact a brilliant scientist. Dexter's laboratory is situated underneath the parental home, hidden from view. Dexter's Lab is his heaven, a place where he can work on his next big invention far away from the curious eyes of society. Well, that is until his pink colored dancing and singing sister comes in. Dee Dee is Dexter's greatest nemesis and inspite of the technical advances that stand on Dexter's side, Dee Dee always manages to infiltrate the lab and bringing chaos to the perfect world of science.

The characters in Dexter's Laboratory

Dexter – The one and only owner of Dexter's Lab, our boy genius wakes up with an idea for "his greatest invention" each morning. His greatest challenge, however, is not offered by science, but by his meddling sister Dee Dee who is girly and pinky and twirly – everything Dexter tries to avoid.

Dee Dee – with a magnetic attraction toward Dexter's Laboratory, Dee Dee does not care much for science and technological improvements. She is attracted to bright colors and likes to mix things up, often with catastrophic consequences. Dee Dee does not set out to destroy Dexter's Lab on purpose, but her curiosity is best expressed through her most memorable phrase: "what does this button do?"

Dexter's parents – unaware of the giant laboratory underneath their home, Dexter's mom and dad often get cooked up in their son's experiments.

Mandark – Dexter's archrival, Mandark, is also a scientist. Unlike other kids, Dexter and Mandark compete in the area of ​​science. Mandark, however, has a crush for Dexter's sister, Dee Dee, but also a desire to wreck havoc in Dexter's laboratory.

With over 52 episodes, the "Dexter's Laboratory" cartoon series developed by Genndy Tartakovsky has taken the world by surprise. For many, Dexter's Lab is one of the most amusing and engaging cartoon stories ever created. The huge number of fan sites, toys, t-shirts and other "Dexter items" you can buy also comes as a strong argument in this direction. …