Love your work — III


Are you doing what you love? Are you having fun with your ‘job’? Do you feel a real sense of purpose and genuine passion for what you are offering people, be it your labor, your customers or your employees? Do you bring those people around you the great value that they deserve and that you are capable of giving? Are you respected by those around you for what you do? Are you, well, happy?

Let me assure you, if you answered “no” to any of the above questions, it’s far from too late to change everything in your life!

In my top-selling eBook, Success: A Spiritual Matter, I had the extreme honor of interviewing 14 very successful entrepreneurs. One of those, Paul Lemberg, offered this: “Make sure your work is personally meaningful. If it’s not - change what you’re doing!” He continues, “Figure out what your purpose is. Not a purpose for you to shellac to a piece of wood and put on the wall. Not a purpose like a check box for your business plan. But a purpose like “what are you here on earth for?” That kind of purpose.” One of the famous quotes of legendary Jim Rohn goes like this: “Turn your vocation into your vacation.”

One of the highlights of putting Success: A Spiritual Matter together was conducting a live interview with Jim Rohn. He made this am-azing statement: “Beware of the thief on the street that’s after your purse. But also be aware of the thief in your mind that’s after your promise.” Don’t let that thief steal your promise and keep from the world everything that you have to offer. You CAN do what you love. You CAN start right now.

Contemporary mythologist, Joseph Campbell,

offers 3 words as the

number one rule of life, which pervades all cultures and religions. Isn’t it about time that you followed yours? —sankyscorner.com (concluded)