This is the final installment in our 3 part series about how to start doing work you love. Each week we covered two simple steps to move you closer to your perfect work. In part 1, we looked at skills & talents and passions & interests and how to combine them in obvious and not so obvious ways to create work we enjoy. In part 2, we considered how we interact with the world around us, what is important to us, and how to bring those aspects into our work life. In the final post of this series, we are going to look at something that may seem obvious, but many people overlook it.Continue reading
Last week we talked about the intersection of interests, skills, and income potential and thinking of the unexpected when we were determining what sort of work we would love. If you missed the post or want a refresher you can read it here. This week we are going to explore our feelings.Continue reading
We all want to do work that we find meaningful and that will allow us to have all the things in life that are important to us. We’ve found that there are ways to determine what that perfect work is. In this 3 part series, we’ll explore the six simple steps that you can follow to start doing work you love.Continue reading
Would you like 2016 to be your best year ever?
I don’t think anyone would say “No.”
In fact, I doubt anyone has ever said, “I would love for next year to be terrible.”
But, in a way, we can set ourselves up for that failure year after year.
We do that by simply making our New Year’s Resolutions.
That’s right, that time honored tradition of starting each year with a shiny, new set of resolutions for those things we would love. I know I’ve done it….Continue reading
Most of us aren’t thinking about 2016; we still have Christmas shopping to complete and holiday events to attend. However, I want you to think about one thing for a moment: What would you love your 2016 to look like? In fact, I would love it if you had a conversation.Continue reading
Last week was Thanksgiving here in the US, and most of us spent time considering all the things in our lives that we’re grateful for. During the celebration week, I heard a quote that I can’t stop thinking about: “If you can’t think of anything you are grateful for, you aren’t paying enough attention.” Think about that.Continue reading
Dr. Wayne Dyer, motivational speaker and author of 30 books on personal development, died Saturday night at his home in Hawaii. This Infographic is a compilation of some of our favorite Wayne Dyer quotes.Continue reading