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How to Truly Love Your Job

Do you put in long hours every day, struggling to succeed in your career or business?

Are you stressed out and overwhelmed by a lack of results equal to your efforts?

Do you wish you could truly love your job so that you could focus more on producing quality than quantity?

It’s no secret that people who enjoy what they do for a living do it better, do it with gusto, and just plain do it more than people who are only trying to “get by.”

Successful people find their niche in the world and produce consistent results with an invigorating passion that drives them through 12 to 18 hour work days without exhaustion or feelings of overwhelm.

If anything, the very act of working on what they enjoy gives them even more energy to keep doing it!

While others burn out and crack under pressure…

…forcing themselves through their days with little to show for their efforts…

…Successful people take home not just the financial fruits of their labor, but a deep satisfaction in the results of their work itself.

Work becomes an ongoing journey of self-actualization instead of a means to an end.

Money becomes the icing on the cake instead of the primary goal.

Unfortunately, work is becoming more of a prison for the Average Joe than a form of self-expression.

Work is something he forces himself to do in order to keep up with the mortgage payments and put food on the table.

He pumps himself up every morning with stimulants like caffeine and nicotine to force his mind and body to perform mundane tasks that don’t engage his imagination or true talents.

After the daily grind, all he wants to do is relax and unwind with beer and comfort foods.

He ends his day by numbing that nagging feeling that he isn’t achieving his true potential. He finds solace by distracting himself with the fantasy realities portrayed in his favorite television shows, or escaping into video games or other forms of mind-rotting entertainment.

I’m sure you can guess the ultimate end to this sad story. Heart disease, cancer, or any number of diseases brought on by the combination of stress and a poor diet…

An early end to a life never fully lived.

Luckily, nobody’s story has to end that way. There is a way out, and it’s as simple as making a decision.

Decide that you will begin to live your life, more and more each day, doing what you enjoy.

Use that decision as your compass for every other decision you make from this moment on, and a world of opportunities you may never have even imagined will open itself up to you.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re stuck in a dead-end job, or if you’re already doing what you enjoy but can’t seem to make ends meet by doing it.

All that matters is that you decide.

And then put every ounce of energy inside of you behind that decision.

Yes, I am describing the Law of Attraction. And it really works, but it isn’t the magical hocus-pocus nonsense you might have been led to believe.

How it really happens is like this:

  • You choose exactly what you want in your life.
  • Write it down and get as clear as with yourself as you can about it.
  • Engage all of your senses as you write.
  • Describe sights and sounds and smells.
  • Make it so crystal clear in your mind that you feel as if you’re already there.

The purpose of visualization exercises like this is to communicate the goal you desire to your subconscious mind.

Your subconscious controls your automatic beliefs, habits and actions.

So whatever goal you set for it this way, it will seek out during every waking and sleeping moment of your life.

It will focus in on opportunities you would have never noticed before…

… And it will lead you effortlessly to exactly where you want to be.

But you need to be clear with yourself about your desired destination.

Clear your mind, give it some thought, and then decide.

And if you ever feel you need a jump-start to rally your subconscious mind behind your conscious desires, you can check out our library of subliminal CDs and discover just how quickly you can change your career, and your life, with the right tools.

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