Doing Work You Love

[cs_content][cs_section parallax="false" style="margin: 0px;padding: 45px 0px;"][cs_row inner_container="true" marginless_columns="false" style="margin: 0px auto;padding: 0px;"][cs_column fade="false" fade_animation="in" fade_animation_offset="45px" fade_duration="750" type="1/1" style="padding: 0px;"][cs_text]Why is doing work you love important? Because your work is your calling. I know, darlings. I make it sound so easy. While it isn't easy to discover your deepest calling, it's worth every drop of blood, tears and frustration it takes.

I know this from my own experience. I spent the first 45 years of my life wandering into one job or another, always excelling and always becoming bored or disenchanted at some point. And then I would jump into something else with enthusiasm and hope that THIS would be the thing for which the eternal fire burns.

It wasn't until I had a major breakdown, which I call my "crash and burn" that I was forced to stop the madness and take a look at what I was on this earth to do. I was fired from an impossible job, after allowing the stress from that impossible job to nearly kill me physically. And I mean literally.

At that point, I had to look at what the hell I was doing. I could no longer go through the motions. I had to find IT. I spent several months healing from the viral meningitis that brought me to my knees, and eventually I discovered that there was this thing called coaching. The idea of serving people through coaching gave me goosebumps, and felt more right than anything I'd ever done.

I had finally discovered my calling.

Since that moment more than 10 years ago, my work has woven in and out of the myriad of ideas worth exploring, all perfectly aligned with what I find myself most devoted to today.

The CoQuora Project lights me up like nothing before; legacy work, for sure. It's connected to helping people operate inside their work with passion, inspiration, and effectiveness. It shows them that the real work -- the most valuable work -- involves change and transformation. We know that change can be fun, and we're teaching this to the whole world.

You may now be thinking -- "I've never felt this. Work has always been a drag." If you are, I want you to know seeing work as a calling is possible for you, too. Staying small and safe in work that doesn't light you up is too often a settling point. I want to show you another way.

I'm so committed to this idea, that I'm offering you, beloved, a 20 minute session with me - which will cost you nothing but your time. There will be no pressure, and no judging. Just a heart-wide-open, loving and honest look at what the hell you're doing in the world.

If you want this more because you've read my words (and thank you for reading my words) simply click the link below to get on my calendar.

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