In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has spent his whole life working for a paycheck doing things he either does not like or hates for a living. He has become emotionally conditioned after so many years of doing and expecting to not enjoy his work, that he even has a hard time figuring out what he actually enjoys. He enjoys traveling, but says he does not know what else he likes to do and has no hobbies or interests to speak of. He has always worked 12 hour days and is obviously so exhausted when he gets home, that he has little energy for anything else. He asks me what he can do to figure out what career or business path is best for him to discover his purpose.
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“Life is too short to spend it working at something you hate or do not enjoy only because it pays your bills. People who choose careers or who start businesses doing something they really believe in, love and are passionate about, will work much harder than their fellow employees or competitors. Repetition is the mother of skill. When you repetitively work at improving your focus, skills, talents and expertise, by consistently applying yourself at maximum effort level, you will outdo and exceed all others around you who can’t match your passion and effort level. When you can outshine and out-hustle all others in your field, you will maximize your income earning potential, success, happiness and fulfillment in life.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne