The Minute You Choose To Do What You Really Want To Do

The minute you choose to do what you really want to do
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“The minute you choose to do what you really want to do, it’s a different kind of life.”

We all know that doing what we love makes us significantly happier, but there’s more to it, according to experts. For instance, it has been found that happy people tend to earn higher salaries! And you can only be happy at work if you’re doing what you love.

Nevertheless, there are other and even easier ways to get money and following one’s passion might even be risky! But self-fulfilment is priceless. As director of E-Edge, Philip Ryan says, “People don’t want to make widgets, they want to change lives, including their own.” The thought that you’re doing a service to people, and most especially to yourself is a significant booster to your productivity, creativity, and motivation. You don’t have to wait until the end of the month to feel self-fulfilled because you always feel it every second at work.

How do we know if we’re doing what we love? Work doesn’t feel like a chore. As Michael Phillips, CEO of Coconut’s Fish Café declared, “When you love your job, it doesn’t feel like work. It makes it easier to get through the trials and tribulations of business ownership.” Without the stress of forced work, you get to be the best version of yourself-kind, diligent, and bold.

This doesn’t mean however that doing what you love leads to a perfect life; it could even present tons of challenges. Thing is, it inspires you to move out of your comfort zone. And when you do, the world becomes your playground.

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