Why Prioritize Passion Over Security Crafting Your Career - Adam Carter

In Chapter 13 or 16, micro-philanthropist and humanitarian Adam Carter shares how his non-traditional approach to career development has allowed him to pursue his passions. Carter sacrifices security and chooses instead to pursue his passion by working four months a year as a Chicago Cubs and White Sox beer vendor and traveling the world eight months a year as a micro-philanthropist. Carter suggests young professionals to follow their passion first and build a career from there. It is risky, but, as Carter highlights, it is also rewarding.