Do you love what you do for a living?

Y’know it gets harder and harder to seem to enjoy what we are doing on a regular basis. Either it burns us out and we get bored and look for something different.
I am finding that more true with so many students that I have met. I don’t know if they are looking for the perfect position or they have set their standards too high.
Compromise is a powerful word….and it works.
Find something that intrigues you and begin to experiment with the idea. Google as much as you can, and talk to other people in the field.
Get the book “What color is my parachute? 2012” and actually go thru it. Find out what intrigues you and holds your attention.
When I read that people between the age of 21 -30 might go thru 8 jobs….just in that short span of time! What are they really looking for?
I have heard that HR departments are stunned by the way these young people can’t stay focused for long term responsibilities.
I would be curious what your attitudes are about this dilema?
Maybe all of our “ripples” of conversation can begin to make a difference.

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Clint Eastwood was in a great movie (like always)…but this one was called “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”….
and it sure seems that way when you are an entrepreneur.
The good part of being self employed is that you have a sense of freedom…or not? Are you tied down to always looking for new revenues of income or new clients?
The bad part is that you are frequently on your own, making decisions about whether or not this is worth all the work.
I have learned many, many lessons from doing this…and I share this with you and my clients.
It is truly a journey, and it is good, bad and ugly….sometimes!
Alex Mandossian is a name you should seek out. He is the king of webinars…and loves the fact that he walks 50 feet from his bedroom to his office, shuts the door, and goes to work on generating income for others thru the wisdom of Webinars. It has made him very, very rich!

I’ve discovered you really have to make it a niche market and a targeted market of who you are going to go after. And you have to be relentless about this. And that is the ugly part about it!
How hungry are you?
Listen to what Tom Antion has to say and Alex Mandossian and apply what they teach and you’ll be part of the “good” and less of the “bad and the ugly.”
I’ve got too much scar tissue to prove it!