Do you love what you do for a living?

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” – Confucius

Are you the kind of person who loves what you do?

Love meetings?

Love your customers?

Love your colleagues?

You could be one of the very lucky few who really love their job.

Feeling positive about the work you do, day in and day out, is an extremely good thing.

My experience is that most people don’t love their work.
Many like it, some tolerate it, but it is a minority who find work they love that also supports their lifestyle.

Does that mean that everyone else is left to live in frustration, desperately seeking that perfect job they can be passionate about?

Not at all.

You can and should find enjoyment in your work.

Doing so is very valuable to your life in many ways, including greatly increasing your probability of financial success.

But you don’t have to love, or even like your overall job to enjoy everyday aspects of it.

It is critical to distinguish between the job and the way you do it.

This is important because every job has aspects that will be very unpleasant for you.

You need to be able to get through them with a smile on your face.

How to love your job?
1.    Be Proud of the Work You Do.
2.    Be friends with your colleagues
3.    Maintain Work-Life Balance
4.    Think Positive at Work
5.    Don’t talk bad about your colleagues
6.    Take initiative in your project
7.    You think about winning rather than surviving
8.    You see yourself as a CEO of your job
9.    You won’t let your co-workers down.
10. You complete your today’s work and plan for tomorrow’s calendar
11. You help without looking for returns
12. For you success is the timely and profitable completion of the project and not money and promotion

When you love your job, you don’t think about just getting by, you think about thriving and succeeding within the company.

And you don’t think about the next job, you think about promotion opportunities where you are.

Thinking positively can have a snowball effect: you’re more likely to be noticed and rewarded for your work.

Considering how much time you spend there, it’s important to find work that makes you feel engaged, proud and positive.

Particularly as loving your job can have a big impact on your levels of happiness, both in and out of the office.

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