Let me ask you this question: if your life were a book and you were the author, how would you like your story to go?
Too many people live their precious lives unhappy. The daily routines make them feel like robots – waiting for the weekends to come, so they can feel like living. And that’s because from Monday to Friday they go to jobs they don’t like or even hate.
They are afraid of making changes and put all kinds of obstacles and limitations (sometimes real, sometimes imaginary) against their own journey.
I know both feelings well. Today I am looking forward to Monday mornings, knowing I’ll meet with my clients and do what I love and what I’m called to do in the world.
I am often asked how it feels to do what you love. This is certainly a personal perspective and people are different but generally, here’s what that feels like:
When you do what you love and love what you do, you lose track of time. If a coach for one hour, it feels like 10 minutes to me. Feels like I’m connected to a state of flow. What I do looks easy and effortless and it’s built on my natural strengths and talents, like intuition and empathy. I love coaching and personal development in general so much, that I could talk about it forever. My work is an incredible source of joy and fulfillment. I believe in what I do, I feel like I’m making a difference in the world and I do it with heart and soul. I feel like I’m making a life, not only a living.
Just think from this perspective: your job is where you spend most of your limited time and the highest amount of hours. If you are not happy with your job, you are not happy with your life. Doing what you love is a genuine source of happiness, a very precious gift.
I am inviting you to watch this sharing of a woman who has found a mission instead of looking for a job. That is a good way to start and there are many instruments and exercises specially designed to help you get there. If I could make it, you can make it as well! It is my longing for everyone to live a happy and meaningful life.
Feel free to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or post your comments below. I’d love to know!
And if you know other women who might benefit from this information, please share. Thank you.
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- Posted by Sara Fabian
- On August 13, 2016