If I were to start my own fraternity at a Californian university and raise a million dollars when the Internet was a preteen, I'd fight the concept of a "real job", too. In fact, I think that's a peculiar yet common part of what makes a successful entrepreneur. They tend to deny reality and propose to their dream. Enterprising people figuratively marry their ideas and promise to be faithful. They are aggressively in love with possibility. But, reality has a way of baring fulfilling opportunities that even the most sage magnate would be foolish to pass up. For Sean, it was the birth of his beautiful children and the privilege to love his family. "Life is short," he said to me calmly. It is a simple proverb that's often neglected. The time we have with the people we love is many times treated as a deferred cost. We try to save the present moments for later, but we forget that those moments are irreplaceable and fleeting. There will always be a new and exciting pursuit beckoning to be chased after. But, Sean has learned that being present with his family is the most joy-filled opportunity he has to sow and reap without measure.