I was a bit shock when you mentioned Raditya Dika. He's one of my favorite comedians, content creators, and human beings in general.

I think those three questions also apply to other things in life and are not limited to "getting a job", they all boil down to, "if it's not making me happy, making me money, or making me better--then I don't have the time for it." I also have been applying this principle in life for several years, in my social, personal, and professional life. Apart from that, it's interesting to see Raditya Dika's point of view from this perspective.

Your writing style, in particular, tells a lot about how much you've learned from him too. :)

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