If you think this is an easy question to answer, try this: write the words “I want” on successive lines of a legal pad or a piece of ruled notebook paper and make a complete sentence out of each, all the way to the bottom of the page.
“Chasing the things that jobs are no longer able to offer is what I call jobthink. Jobthink has two important things in common with playing the lottery—the odds, obviously, and the motivation. People play the lottery in hope of winning so they’ll never have to work again. Jobthinkers live in the hope of finding the perfect job so they’ll never have to look for work again.” (p. 44)