How sad that we often diminish our best gifts
By struggling valiantly to develop in someone else area of ability. It is better to focus on your uniqueness and do that with excellence than to end up with mediocrity in several areas.
Use this rule of thumb for organizing your work strategy:
Work where you are the strongest 80 percent of the time.
Work where you are learning 15 percent of the time.
Work where you are weak 5 percent of the time.
Find your F.I.T.
Dare to act on who you are: How your talents, interests and personality add up to you!
Did you know you’re always employed? Have you discovered your divine work? Work that you have been fitted for according to your talents, gifts, interest, personality (all add up to you) – to fulfill your purpose.
What is work? Webster’s dictionary defines work as bodily or mental effort exerted to do or make something, purposeful activity.
Interestingly those who hate their jobs by definition aren’t working (purposeful activity) because they are doing something they hate. Maybe we can come up with a new word for people, who spend their time doing something they hate, ex: lifebothcer, wasteoholoic, insaniac
“The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion. He/she hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he/she does, leaving others to decide whether he/she is working or playing. To him/her, he/she is always doing both.” – James Michener
Are you there yet?
Is work that necessary evil that consumes the time between our brief periods or enjoyment on the weekends? Is it primarily a method or paying the bills and showing responsibility? Or a way to prove to our parents that the college degree was a reasonable investment? Of the shortest path to retirement? Or is it more?
Begin thinking now, answer the about questions truthfully & practice to do what you do best.
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