What I Learned from My “Mr. Magoo Years”

The most awkward transition in my life was moving from the nurtured and relatively carefree life of a student to contributing as an independent and productive adult.  Looking back, I fondly refer to that period as my “Mr. Magoo years.” 

I had been thrust into a world of possibilities, like soaring in a balloon with potential jobs, careers, relationships, and travel floating by me, but I didn’t have the wisdom to steer the balloon. Down on the earth, I spent every morning circling jobs in newspaper want ads, talking to friends about opportunities (my attempt at what is now known as networking), and sending resumés.

Read the rest of this article at the Redbud Post and then explore other articles on transition.

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