Loving what you do is an…
It’s a relationship that takes work. Just like you have to work at your marriage, your friendships, and yourself, there is no escaping the process of career development.
I fell into the trap of trying to create a static love for my work. I didn’t consider the fact that it’s a relationship like any other. I wanted to feel good all the time. This is impossible.
Letting go of a fixed perspective is the quickest way to enjoy what you do.
Even when you love what you do, you still need to develop new emotional skills, new physical skills, and new relationships with the work and your people.
“How can I improve my happiness by just 1% today?”
“What actions can I take?”
“Who can I help?”
* Richard over at Dumb Little Man wrote a guest post called, “Unique Ways To Access Your Natural Creativity.” Very much worth your time.
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