That title doesn’t sound too glorious, but Albert Einstein spent several years of his life working as a clerk in the Swiss Patent Office after the frustration of failing to find a job as a teacher.
However, during this time as an Assistant, Einstein began to form his “radical conclusions about the nature of light and the fundamental connection between space and time” (Wikipedia).
Take a cue from Albert Einstein, even if your ambitions have encountered some speed bumps, you can still find your greatness.
I was inspired to write about Einstein’s experience after listening to “The Lotus Code” by Mark Yarnell, who mentions Einstein’s detour in his career before his ultimate fame.
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