I recommend a great article describing 10 reasons to do what you love.
David DiSalvo wrote a great article entitled 10 Reasons Why Some People Do What They Love.
He described why highly respected achievers “do what you love” and provided excellent real life examples to connect each of the 10 reasons with real life. He captured the essence why when you do what you love you will have more fun, and prosper. And he gave some excellent real life examples of people who pursued doing what they loved and thrived because they did, even after encountering numerous obstacles. Thank you David.
When you do what you love you generate remarkable rewards.
When “you do what you love you will never have to work a day in your life” as expressed by Confucius himself. This way you can “Go To Play Every Day and call it work.” You will enjoy a relaxed, confident, clear and productive life. By doing so you will reduce, if not eliminate stress, frustrations, and confusion. But there is more! You will also produce far more quality results because you perform so well when you do what you love. Producing such fun and valuable results will be very satisfying. And of course you will also be well rewarded, both financially and otherwise for the high value results you produce. And finally, you will generate deep respect, and other positive emotions from others because you have so much fun just doing what you love. As David explained there are many reasons, read remarkable benefits, to just do what you love.
Doing what you love is not as easy as it seems.
Even though you may be highly motivated to do what you love, you will probably be confused and even frustrated figuring out what that really means. The bottom line reason is that vast majorities of people do not know enough about their passions, their talents, their priorities and their self-imposed obstacles to be able to define what they love to do. Consequently too many people struggle to discover what they really love to do. They too often use the trial and error method as a process of elimination hoping to fall into something they love. But this requires numerous errors, false trips and many frustrations.
Discovering what you love can be very easy and quick.
The fastest, easiest, and most complete way to do what you love is to engage a career coach. Why? Because the total focus of a true career coach is to make sure you discover exactly what you love to do, and to actually operate in the positions that reward you for doing what you love. They become your secret partner weapon to full self-discovery so the two of you can easily construct the positions you love to do, and then work as a team to build your ideal positions around you on your terms. All of this can be achieved very rapidly and in total confidentiality. Using a career coach will virtually guarantee that you will enjoy the many benefits for just doing what you love as described so well by David.