I'm a freshman in college. I've read all 3 of Cal's books including this one. Considering I don't have any career capital to start with (or maybe I'm not seeing it?), I'm trying to figure out how to apply the advice from this book.
Obviously, part of it is picking a major that people will pay me for (ie. STEM program majors) or some major that requires me to hone a specific set of valuable, rare skills.
I've got ideas about mission and values already, but what I seem to understand from the book is that is jumping the gun, that these choices come later.
I'm curious what other readers of the book might have to say about this.