Céline: In my field, I see these people that…come into it with big idealist visions of becoming the new leader that will create a better world. They enjoy the goal, but not the process!
Céline: But the reality of it is that the true work of improving things is in the little achievements of the day. And that’s what you need to enjoy, just in that field.
Jesse: What, what do you mean, exactly?
Céline: Well, for example, I was working for this organization that helped villages in Mexico. And their concerns was how to get the pencils sent to the kid in these little country schools. I was not about big revolutionary ideas, it was about pencils. I see the people that do the real work and what’s really sad, in a way, is that…the people that are the most giving, hard working and capable of making this world better, usually don’t have the ego and ambition to be a leader. They don’t see any interest in superficial rewards, they don’t care if…if their name ever appear in the press. They actually enjoy the process of helping others, they’re in the moment.