Good afternoon all,
This is my first post as a member!
I've been officially Bulletproof for just over 6 months now; my wife and I made the transistion around christmas time last year. It's been a remarkable transformation for our lives, with minor pitfalls of course. I'm currently in the US Navy and it's treated me very well. I'm planning on finishing my enlistment (5 years total) and enrolling in school full time to finish up my undergrad to join the real world. My passion is in Finance, specifically in investments and portfolio management. I'm set up to attend T.C.U. in Texas which has a great BBA program, and I have all sorts of VA benefits that will pay all the way up to P.H.D. level.
Here's where the fear comes in. All the research i've been doing on jobs pertaining to these fields seem to require EXCESSIVE work hours (up to 80 hours a week). I've been reading 4HWW as well so now i'm all sorts of confused.
I've also been doing research into Bioengineering seeing how I love the concept of biohacking and I believe with the knowledge learned through a degree like this, I could help make further developments in this new growing field.
I'm seeking advice from anyone with a higher level of knowledge in this area; I'm 26 with my AA completed. I have 11 months left on my contract before I make the leap. The GI bill is 4 years of liquid gold; i'm just trying to make the right purchase.