Different people have to climb different staircases for success? How is that useful insight?
Yep, it is naive to expect to find a useful, insightful answer to "What Should I Do with My Life, Now?" in a short article on the web. Instead of trying to actually answer the question, Bronson points out why a lot of glib answers to the question are wrong. Maybe a little bait and switch with the title, but useful nonetheless.
It is similar to the response "mu", which is "I cannot answer your question because it is based on a false premise." Here, the false premise is that the nature of "should" is simple and universal when in fact it is individual and situational.
from "Don't forget the sunscreen" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwVVpwBKUp0
Note that the article offered no economic or statistical evidence to back this suggestion up; it was pure theory, with a few individual case studies that proved nothing, merely illustrated the concept.
I found the numbered points at the end quite insightful.