I think I got the point across to ’em, but you ought to takea j- when you get out of here, take a job you love. Don’t take a job that, ya know, you think is gonna look good on your resume. Take a job you love. You may change it later on, but you’ll jump out of bed in the morning… I mean, when I got out of Columbia, the first thing I tried isto go to work for Graham immediately, I offered to go to work for'em for nothing. He said I was overpriced, but I kept pestering him. I went out to Omaha and I sold securities for three years, and I kept writing him and giving him ideas and all this, and finally, I went to work forhim for a couple of years, and, it was a great experience.
But I always really worked in a job that I, ya know, loved doing.And you should really take a job, that if you were independently wealthy, you would take. That’s the job to take because that’s the one that you’re gonna have great fun in, you’ll learn something, you’ll be excited about it, and you can’t miss. You may go do something elselater on, but you’ll get way more out of it, and I don’t care what the starting salary is, or anything of the sort. I don’t know how I got off on that, but I- there I am.
So I do think that if you think you’re going to be a lot happier ifyou’ve got Two-X instead of X, you’re probably making a mistake. Imean, you ought to find something you like that works with that, andyou’ll get in trouble if you think that making Ten-X or Twenty-X is theanswer to everything in life,because then you will do things likeborrow money when you shouldn’t, or, maybe cut corners on things that your employer wants you to cut corners on, or…it just doesn’t make anysense. You won’t like it when you look back on it.
2009-12-24 22:01 编辑：kuaileyingyu