Joe Rogan speaking with Duncan Trussell about doing what you truly want to do in life
Joe: ... As long as you're doing what you want to do. That's, I think, If there's one thing that you an harp on in this life, it's that; don't do a bunch of shit that you don't really wanna do beause you're not sure if you can do what you wanna do because if you do what you wanna do it's hard and you might not make it and, fuck man. You're going to live a life of second guessing and failure, and you're never going to believe in yourself. You're gonna know that you never went after the one thing that you really truly wanted. Whatever the fuck it is man. Whether it's being a Solar Panel Scientist, whether its being a guy who writes fuckin Classical Music, whatever the fuck it is man. You just just gotta find what that thing is.
Duncan: Yea, there's a...I always do this. I'm sorry to always quote the Bhagavad Gita.
Joe: That's one of the most awesome things to quote ever.
Duncan: There is a quote in the Bhagavad Gita that goes; 'It's better to be a honest Street Sweeper than a dishonest King'. Or, 'it's very dangerous to follow another mans path' ...So the idea is, exactly what you said; you should do what you're drawn to not what you think you should be doing. You should do the thing that you're attracted to doing. That's who you are, that's who you're meant to be.
Episode #120 of The JRE podcast @ -1:19:37