Contrary to how it may seem when you’re stuck in an unsatisfying work environment, a job could actually be the context for expressing your talents as fully as you can.
Human potential author Jack Canfield (The Success Principles) thinks “What often stops people from expressing their true desire is that they don’t think they can make a living doing what they love to do.
“‘What I love to do is hang out and talk with people,’ you might say. Well, Oprah Winfrey makes a living hanging out talking with people. And my friend Diane Brause, who is an international tour guide, makes a living hanging out talking with people in some of the most exciting and exotic locations in the world.”
“My sister loves to design jewelry and hang out with teenagers. Donald Trump loves to make deals and build buildings. I love to read and share what I have learned with others in books, speeches, and workshops.”
“It’s possible to make a living doing what you love.”
He advises, “Make a list of 20 things you love to do, and then think of ways you can make a living doing some of those things.”
From his article What Do You Want in Life?
Related section: The Inner Entrepreneur
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Article publié pour la première fois le 12/11/2008