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Do What You Love…

How to be happy? If we could offer one, single, goal setting tip it would be: „do what you love”.

Some people don’t feel comfortable when using the word “love” in relation to work. Indeed many might argue that the world of work is too pressurised for anything as soft or sentimental as love.

When asked how we feel about our work, those inclined to respond positively might use words like “enjoyable,” “interesting” or “rewarding”.

Those of you who are less than happy in your jobs will undoubtedly use different words to describe your feelings, though that’s a vocabulary best left to your own imaginations!

Whatever your feelings about your own work situation, one thing is certain.

The majority of us will spend almost a third of our adult lives in the workplace.

There probably isn’t 1 simple key to happiness, but as we spend so much of our time and energy at work, learning how to be happy during those hours is surely well worth the effort.

“And what is it to work with love?

Work is love made visible.

And if you cannot work with love but only with distaste,

it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple

and take alms of those who work with joy.”

Kahlil Gibran: The Prophet

In this series of articles, we’re proposing a model we call the Happy Work-cycle. We think this is an essential goal setting tip, designed to help you analyse your feelings about your employment, and to help you put your current work situation into a broader perspective.

The model encourages you to spend thinking about your current work situation, and then more time asking yourself some important questions.

If you haven’t read them already, you might find some of our other articles useful here. Try Best Management Tools Ever; A Good Question to provide you with a goal setting tip, and to get you into an inquisitive frame of mind. Then What Great Managers Know; It’s Obvious , for another goal setting tip – how to keep even the most complicated situations simple.

Once you’ve done this, spend as much time as you need thinking about what might be your optimum occupation. By this we mean an occupation that might be referred to as a calling. Something you’d enjoy so much you’d be happy to do it, regardless of the income.

If you do manage to identify your calling, and that may take some time, next start to think about what it would take to turn these thoughts into reality. You may think this isn’t currently feasible for many reasons, but there’s nothing to stop you starting your journey towards your calling, if only by beginning to think positively.

In the meantime, you may have to make the most of a work situation which may not be ideal but is nonetheless a big part of your life. The Happy Work-cycle is explained in more detail below and in other articles on this site. In short, it suggests ways to get the most out of your work. Regardless of whether you’ve managed to achieve your calling, are well on the way, or have only just started thinking about it, the Happy Work-cycle can help you to be happier if you try to:

  1. Do what you love, or…
  2. Do more of what you love, or…
  3. Learn to love what you do, or…
  4. Learn to live with what you do, or, if it comes to this…
  5. Leave what you do.

Goal Setting Tip 1: Do What You Love …

For the rest see the original document clicking theabove title…

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  1. you can’t always be happy…unless you try being happy even when you’re sad…start enjoying it 🙂

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