We are producing a dark-comedy film and would love to hear some personal stories about struggling with career choices and transitions to more fulfilling and meaningful careers.
More than ever people are struggling trying to make sense of what to do with their lives. With so much information and choice at hand, confusion reigns yet the possibilities to do something meaningful have never been more within reach. Nevertheless, mental blocks imposed on us by ourselves and society are difficult to break through and require real effort on top of the effort already put into our careers.
Hence, most abandon the quest to start a new chapter in their lives and continue down a path not intended, leading to a vicious cycle ; or as Alan Watts said "you'll be doing things you don't like doing, in order to go on living - that is to go on doing things you don't like doing...which is stupid."
New monkey so can't post link but for those interested, we shot a short teaser film which you can watch by going to Vimeo search for Bankster.
Looking fwd to some interesting stories.
Free electron team