It’s not forever.
The world record is held by a German free diver, Tom Sietas, who held his breath underwater for 22 minutes and 22 seconds.
That’s an incredibly long time. And yet, everyone, must stop and take a breath.
The same can be said about working a dead-end job. You know, the one you have not the one you deserve.
How long do you go without feeling appreciated?
How long before you realize you did exactly what you did yesterday only faster and cheaper?
How long are you going to be a cog in a machine?
How long can you hold your breath doing this type of work?