(郑重声明，本文引述自《The Personal MBA》(Josh Kaufman), 谨供内部交流，日之所有者并无侵犯版权之嫌)
Instead of using the summer after graduation to relax and go on vacation. I spent my days haunting the business stacks at the local bookstore, absorbing as much as I possibly could. By the time I officially started working full-time for P&G in September 2005, I had read hundreds of books across every discipline that business schools teach, as well as in disciplines that most business schools don't cover, such as psychology, physical science, and systems theory. When I first day at P&G finally arrived, I felt prepared to strategize with the best of them.
As it turned out, myself-education served me well-I was doing valuable work, making things happen, and getting good reviews. As time went on, however, I realized three very important things:
Large companies move slowly. Good ideas often died on the vine simply because they had to be approved by too many people.
Climbing the corporate ladder is an obstacle to doing great work. I wanted to focus on getting things done and making things better, not constantly positioning myself for promotion(和我刚来北京三一时一样). Politics and turf wars are an inescapable part of the daily experience of working for a large company(看来这样的公司里内斗也瞒严重的，心里平衡了)。
Frustration leads burnout. I wanted to enjoy the daily experience of work, but instead I felt like I was running a gauntlet each day(相信很多人也有这样的遭遇). It began to affect my health, happiness, and relationships. The longer I stayed in the corporate world, the more I realized I wanted out. I desperately wanted to work on my own terms, as an entrepreneur.