This is a completely different post to usual, and I would also like to apologise for the fact that my blog has been majorly quiet this last week. My time in France is quickly running out and I have been so busy trying to profit from the time I have left that I just haven't had the time to sit down and write.
One of my friends is completely obsessed with TED Talks, and plays them to me at any opportunity (not that I mind as they are extremely informative and eye-opening).
For a bit of background, one of the units I have had to teach at school this year is called 'Myths and Heroes', and a lot of my students said that Steve Jobs is a hero. Now I do not agree with this, but he was a huge success during his lifetime, so obviously he was doing something right, right?!
I'm constantly worried about what I'm going to do with my life, after university, so this speech is great for reminding me that even one of the richest, most successful men in the world did not know what to do with his life when he was at university (so much so that he dropped out!).
So here goes, I recommend you watch this video!
Also, check out the TED Talks website, there's loads of great stuff on there.