Earlier this year my son called and asked for 'parental advice.' That was concerning. He's a bright talented man in his early 30s. The opportunity presented was for a career shift at a very large software company. His current position was at a pretigious organization. My first comments were lukewarm on taking the new gig. I was wrong.
A review of my long history of Facebook posts gave the advice I should have given.
"It's rare that I re-post other people's contributions. Honestly, every 'healthy living' guideline has been totally ignored. Of course he says he's only had one job and it's been the best job in the world. How cool would that be if we could look back on our own working career like that. So the advice for our children should be "1. Don't do anything Keith Richards did. 2. Do everything Keith Richards did. 3. Create some music and joy that will last forever.""