Never Work A Single Day In Your Life

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Erica Faith
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Never Work A Single Day In Your Life

Postby Erica Faith » Tue Mar 10, 2015 3:04 am

Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a single day in your life.

I worked as perfume girl in a mall once. It was fun and I got to meet all sorts of people. Then came college and the PR job. I didn't even realize that I've been doing it for 6 years.

Has it been a joyride for you?
Gratitude holds the key to transforming every situation.
It reconnects us to our source of inner wisdom and life force.
To activate the power of gratitude, all we need do is remember what it FEELS like...

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Re: Never Work A Single Day In Your Life

Postby anders » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:12 pm

Well sort of!

Being me and knowing what I can achieve is what I love and also give back.

Whatever I choose I can find the solution and the answers..

I have worked in the sense of the word for years and traditional time for money before getting to tired of that and found after years of research that online methods can be be quite the simple and easy thing for the literacy of future financial planning if you want it to.

But yes if you love what you do then it does not feel like work at all.

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Re: Never Work A Single Day In Your Life

Postby pooja.majorgainz » Wed May 06, 2015 11:06 pm

Yeah you both are right. When we work something of our own interest, we don't actually work on it, we enjoy it doing and which is why we don't get bore at all and love doing that thing again & again.

I love reading novel and writing articles, short stories etc. and I'm never ever had hate this, in fact m in love with my work now

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