Many times, I will read something online and immediately think, “that was great, I wish I wrote it.” I may not have written it, but I can still share it.
Here’s the latest…
7 Lessons About Finding the Work You Were Meant to Do – by Kate Torgovnick May
In a perfect world, “finding your calling” would be a heck of a lot easier. We’d all wake up one day and know exactly what we want to do with the rest of our lives and we’d have a road map with the precise steps to get there.
Unfortunately life isn’t that simple. However, not all is lost for those of us searching for our true identity. We can take a cue from others who have gone through this before us.
One such person is author Dave Isay. In this article for Daily Good, Isay speaks to Kate Torgovnick May about 7 things we can do to find work we love.
Isay says the first thing we should do is change our verb from find to fight.
Finding your calling — it’s not passive. When people have found their calling, they’ve made tough decisions and sacrifices in order to do the work they were meant to do. People who’ve found their calling have a fire about them. They’re the people who are dying to get up in the morning and go do their work.”
Check out the article here for more great thoughts, including why this Venn diagram is so important.