I clearly remember that day, fishing with my father.
I was ruminating on that idea for long. I was still a kid.
At some point, the question was clear: “What should I do now? What exactly should I do now?”
I’ve always been a philosopher. And I wanted to be a writer.
I became an engineer, and I’ve probably always been that first.
At 48, I had to reinvent my life.
Now, I’ve still plenty of things in mind for the future, but all that matters is around that first question.