Valuable Professional Advice From George Costanza

The long weekend is over. Welcome back to reality. Need some inspiration? Jason Alexander (yes, the lazy, mooching, cheapskate George Costanza of Seinfeld) captured perfectly the key to being content with your profession: create something that will outlive you. 

Despite the fame and obvious perks of being a central character in television history’s greatest sitcom, Alexander was bothered by making a living in a very selfish way, didn’t feel like he did anything for the world, and got paid to tell stories and act like an idiot. He hated that his career wasn’t very valuable, but that was before a very sobering moment put his entire life’s work into perspective. Watch below:

Who would have thought Cantstandya could have such a powerful impact on real heroes? Now, go work on your legacy…