When you realise
Still under the influence of the family, I tried the experience of big corporations. I was mortified, suffocating under orders which most often appeared to me as mediocre and arbitrary. I persisted in vain, but I realized that it was not what I wanted for my life. I was between the fear of freezing from boredom in a sanitized office, or more likely to end up as a social hermit recluse in a hut on the shore of a deserted beach. No, definitely, an obedient executive in a three buttons suit, selling "man-days" in a computer services company, was not for me. As Steve Jobs have said, why be part of the Navy when you can become a pirate ?.