01/10/09 | Comments (0)
Image: “Learn to see things as they are, not as we imagine they are.” 
- Vernon Howard

Are you happy with your work? Is it fulfilling?

One of the most important things we can do to lead a satisfying, productive life is to get paid for a job we enjoy doing. Our natural skills and talents make this work easy for us. And our passion keeps us focused through the peaks and valleys that inevitably come to all of us.

As we grow, we find that our talents and interests expand and change. Finding satisfying, meaningful work is a process that continuously evolves. And so adaptation—of our skills, mindsets and passion—is a necessity for success in life and business.

Life is Good™ has built their brand around a simple philosophy: “Do what you love. Love what you do.” If we all follow this premise, we’ll never work another day in our lives.

If the “economy” has thrown you a snow ball, and your current employment picture is bleak, look at it as an opportunity to get aligned with your true values. Keep stress to a minimum by doing whatever it takes to produce enough income to keep yourself above the “survival” level, then look for the growth opportunities that have the potential to catapult you to the next level.

There has never been a better time to “understand” the need for self-responsibility, and there has never been more great resources available to help you grow.

Blaming the economy or anything else for our predicament is a mental snow job to our growth; get shoveling a path now rather than wait for the spring thaw.

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