I think the other thing I would suggest to any young person even before they start their career is to really think about their choices.
Because I find young people, when I was young I had I made this mistake too.
You can get very fixed on your gifts, so everybody has gifts.
You know you have gifts and you have things that you didn't get gifted.
Maybe you're extremely beautiful, maybe you're extremely good at mathematics.
Maybe you, there are a lot of things that you can be given.
But those things can confuse you because they're not the things that construct your life.
It's your choices that construct your life, not your gifts.
You can celebrate your gifts; be proud of them be happy of them.
Actually, don't be proud of them, be celebratory of them.
You can't be proud because they're gifts, they were given to you, you didn't earn them.
You can only be proud of the things you earn and so as I got older, I started to realize I wasn't proud of my gifts.
I was always good at school; school was always easy for me and I was always proud that I was a great student.
I got A's in all my classes; I was good at math all of that.
And I thought that's who I was, but it's not true.
Those are the things that are gifts what was hard for me is deciding to work hard, deciding to use my gifts in certain ways.
To challenge myself to do things that I didn't think I could do.
To put myself in uncomfortable situations.
We all get, I would say to a young person you can choose a life of ease and comfort or you can choose a life of service and adventure.
Which one of those when you're 90 years old, are you going to be more proud of?
I want to know Jeff, where I started from actually.
Is there a job, if it wasn't Amazon if it wasn't business related?
Is there something else you started all over again at this age and stage and you took on a different profession?
Would there be one that is close to your heart?
I would be very curious today, if I were a young college student today, I would be very interested in biotechnology.
I think biotechnology is a just a fascinating arena that probably in the near in the next 10 or 20 years is going to be a golden age of biotech.
One of the golden ages that's happening right now before our eyes is also artificial intelligence and machine learning.
So, that's another arena that I would be very interested in.
My backup career is I’m a very good bartender.
So, if all else fails, you'll see me at the local bar, and I’ll be making drinks slowly but they'll be good.
If there's one thing you could have more of, what would that be?
One thing I could have more of, I mean the obvious answer is time.
You know it is time to do, I like time.
I'm not efficient with my time, because efficiency there's an embedded assumption when you're being efficient.
And the embedded assumption is that you know where you're going.
I like to wander, because it's wandering that allows you to invent and to explore and to follow your curiosity.
But wandering is very time consuming, and so if I could have one more thing it would just be more time.
A big round of applause for Jeff and for Zoya.
Thank you so much.