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January 29, 2015


Your advice is grounding.

There's such a trend right now to find a job that's enjoyable and I think the problem is that underneath it is the commonly held belief that enjoyment comes from the job itself.

In viewing a job that way, we give it all the power and leave ourselves with none. Real enjoyment comes from choosing to engage a job in a way that brings fulfilment (and yes, I realise it's easier said than done!).


@Irene: You are absolutely right. Fulfillment is not about the job itself, but the way you think about the job.

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