Pursue Your Passion For A Happier Life

Work-Life Daily_Pursue Your Passion For A Happier Life

Click to read: Pursue Your Passion For A Happier Life

Source: SW News Media

Snippet: Are you living your passion? As success coaches, people often come to us because they want to enjoy life by living their passion. They realize there is more to life than what they are experiencing. Mark Twain addressed that when he said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”

To find and pursue your passion can apply to many areas of life, but as an example we’ll look at finding passion in a career. Fortunately, we love what we do, but could you imagine having to go to a job daily that you hate? While we all have to make money to survive, we all deserve to feel fulfilled after completing a hard day’s work. Sure, there is a paycheck at the end of the week, but does that really make up for all the unhappy time? The answer to that question is certainly no.

Recommended: Burnout Is Everyone’s Problem: Podcast, Work-life Balance Or Integration – What’s The Difference? and Which One Is For You – Work-life Balance Or Integration?

We are reminded of a quote by Les Brown when he said, “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.”

Following your passions and living it will help you live your best life, instead of living your fears. Find where your passion can make a difference.

Welcome to Worklife Feed articles and site-files indexing and adaptation series.


Why A Work-Life Balance Scoreboard?

According to a Harvard Business School survey, 94% of working professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week and nearly half said they worked more than 65 hours per week.

“… when the assumption that everyone needs to be always available was collectively challenged, not only could individuals take time off, but their work actually benefited.”

The EU Gender Equality Index 2019 focuses on Work-Life Balance (WLB). The EU WLB scoreboard cuts across three broad areas {paid work, unpaid work (care) and education and training}. These is presented with 15 indicators in six specific areas of concern.


Advertisements

Thank you for visiting, leave a comment, start a conversation.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.