Is there a secret script on how to have fun at work? How do some have so much fun at work that it gives them an uncontrollable giggle? For some others, it is an inviting laughter that shows they are full of life! I have this colleague who is always smiling at his computer, we nick named him SmilingBot. One day, I asked him why he is always smiling at his computer. And he said, it is his own peaceful way of having fun since no one else consider it important in the office. […]
But he wasn’t just smiling at the computer. The last time I checked his computer, an activity was going on that was creating that smile. And his options are many because of the nature of his job. While he is seated there, staring at his computer, there are times he is lifting heavy weights and smiling at the ease of doing it. Some other times, he is sweating profusely when the weight is heavier than usual. Don’t ask me how he was getting it done, he said he was having fun doing what he was doing!
But we all don’t have to do weird stuffs just to smile and have some fun.
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU
There are creative ways to have planned team fun day as a way to have some fun at work. But infusing fun into your daily worklife either as an individual or as a team isn’t as straightforward as replacing a cheeseburger with a salad. And here is the thing, and this is not funny. You have to get to that place of recognizing that having fun at work and in your life everyday is as important as a good night’s sleep or good nutrition.
And you have to stay open once you’ve identified something that will likely be fun for you. Catherine Price writes in the book, “The Power of Fun: How to Feel Alive Again” that you need to put that identified fun activity on your calendar with an open spirit. “It’s like an experiment,” she says. And if the experience from the experiment didn’t feel nourishing or fun, you don’t need to do it.
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Self-love is the process of knowing yourself. It is also you connecting with your inner self, overcoming self-limiting beliefs, letting go of everything that doesn’t serve you, and falling in love with yourself.
When we love what we do and do what we love, we are alive and soaring in all that we do.
Self-love helps silence the fear of rejection, our inner critic, and instead befriend it to serve us rather than taunt us. And we develop confidence in what we stand for, when we know who we are from within. With self-love, we are able to let go of self-judgment, negative thoughts, opinions, and people who are not aligned with us.
When we accept ourselves wholly for who we are, people around us also start seeing us in the same light. Likewise, when we love what we do and do what we love, we are alive and soaring in all that we do. This further draws others with positive energy to us. Ultimately, that power of love for yourself, will not only elevate your relationship with yourself. But it will enhance and deepen your relationship with work, family, life, and everything around you.
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