Why A Job Is Just A Job

I really feel it’s important that people strive to find employment and careers that speak to their souls because when you spend the better part of your life in the office, it can be an absolute drain on your entire mental and physical systems — especially when you’re doing something you have no passion for (trust me, I’ve been there).  With that being said, I’m sharing a wonderful article by Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath posted on NY times website last month about why working SUCKS.  And let’s be honest — working can suck, especially if there’s nothing there to engage or challenge you.

So, as you read the article, think about the kind of career you want and what must it have to keep you going into the office/in the field/ on-site everyday.  And if you don’t want to work for someone else (hey, more power to you! Entrepreneurship is the best way to go in my opinion), think about what kind of business you would like to start that you can keep building even when all you have is you laying the foundation Do you need the same four (4) core needs? : Why [We] Hate Work


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