Last Friday was a milestone (albeit a minor one) in my career. It was my last day at Robert Half. After almost four years, I'm moving on. I'll let you know more about my new position after I've been there a little longer.Anyway, as I said to many people when I left on Friday, I'm not particularly sad to be leaving RHI, but I *am* sad to be leaving some great people. I made some good friends at RHI over the four years that I was there. But there were a lot of people there who just didn't get it; and to them I say this - Leave. Right now. Go write that book, go make that movie, go record that album, go on that roadtrip, go make that baby, go visit your college roommate, go call your mother, go learn how to fly/play golf/scuba dive/speak french, go work on that open source project, go to the beach and just sit there, go to San Francisco and remind yourself why you live here, go do SOMETHING that means something to you. Even if you just go on vacation, at least do it. You're not curing cancer, you're not creating world peace. Whatever you're working on, it can wait until tomorrow. Go home and spend some time with your family. Take a deep breath....and relax. It's not that important. You're all good people, and some of the smartest I have ever met in my life. Go make it happen.