When Jim was a teenager, his father did everything he could to dissuade him from becoming a brewer who will earn quite good vindictus gold, for the father of his father and grandfather all spent their lives brewing beers.
So he studied hard and went to Harvard to study law and business simultaneously. In his second year, he dropped out for he felt strongly that one cannot wait till 65 to do what he wants in life. He became an instructor of the wilderness-education program.
After over three years, he went back, finished Harvard and got a highly paid job at the Boston Consulting Group, where he stayed for five years. Still he was haunted by doubt, is what I want to be doing when I am 50?
He noticed that Americans pay goods for inferior beer. He thought why not to make good beer for Americans. Finally, he quitted his job and became a successful beer brewer.
However, in our society, there are many people who do not work for themselves, status, and family and so on. If they find a job just like Jim, they will be inhibited in the thought of the high salary and the glorious prospect of the job without thinking of their interests.