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Spark for the Fire: How youthful thinking unlocks creativity by Ian Wharton

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AFTERWORD

Jamie Oliver

Chef and campaigner

As I write this at 36, it feels like only a moment ago that I was young and hungry like many of you guys are now. Even though a lot has changed since then, I still feel that the core of what I do – how I feel about it and what excites me – is the same as it was when I started out. Ten or 20 years from now I hope you feel the same way about your career. Sadly there’s no one path to success, but I’ll try to share a few of the things I’ve learned over the years with you. I hope some of these things will stay with you and prove useful or encouraging down the road.

The first and best bit of advice I can give you is to do what you love. Start by getting yourself into an area of industry you feel passionate ...

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