I'm saying the same old thing in a little different way. It's image heavy, so it gets a cut.
But have you noticed, you never see pictures of these buildings from the inside? A fair amount of attention is given to the appearances of impressive office buildings, but the interiors hardly get a mention.
Well now, given that picture, it's not hard to see why. Cubicle farms really aren't what you'd call eye candy, now are they.
Now compare that image to the following:
It's been my experience that, at least for me, my surroundings influence my mood, my ambition, how I feel, to a very deep level. What I see visually has a very deep effect on me. I want to be somewhere prettier than this. When I'm at work, I see basically the equivalent of this:
When I'm not at work, my city looks like this:
and my state looks like this:
I'm not cut out for what I'm doing right now... unfortunately I don't know what I am cut out for. I'm just not a "type A" overachiever. Those are the kinds of people who make businesses successful, because they are never satisfied. And their constant dissatisfaction trickles down to me - always they want more, newer, better. Never any satisfaction. Well, I'd like to live a life where I feel some sort of satisfaction with what I do and where I live and how I live. F*ck a "Type A", man.