Posts Tagged ‘ideal career’

Your Right Livelihood Is Waiting to Find You

December 28, 2009

Steadfastly seek the right career and the right career will eventually find you. That Aha! moment parts the clouds of doubt and uncertainty and allows the light of clarity and purpose to stream through.

Do not allow yourself to be intimidated and overwhelmed if there is an enormous gap between your current job and your future career. You can learn new skills. You can acquire new knowledge. You can meet new people. You can create new experiences.

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Reinvent Yourself!

March 13, 2009

man-thinking-on-couch-notepadIf you are not happy in your current job, or are unemployed and willing to settle for whatever comes your way, do what you must to pay the bills but challenge yourself to think bigger.

Your destiny is patiently waiting for you to answer these questions: What productive activities do you get so immersed in that you lose all sense of time? When do eating and sleeping become nuisances?

Do not censor yourself—make the list as long as you would like. List everything that adds beauty and joy to your world.

Be bold. Close your eyes, and watch your imagination jump the fence of your comfort zone and gallop toward the vast open fields of your unclaimed potential.

No matter where your heart leads you, (more…)

Pursue Your Right Livelihood

February 27, 2009

woman-working-silk-loomYou will find your ideal career when you strike the right balance between intuition and intellect, and learn to distinguish the call of your spirit from the often misguided urgings of your ego.

Ultimately, you must follow your heart. Listen closely and you will find that it beats in concert with the heart of all creation.

When you are truly aligned with spirit and you truly long to do meaningful work, the world is in need of whatever it is you feel you need to do.

Every dream, no matter how insignificant it may sound to others, is sacred. Give yourself to it fully and you will live with peace and purpose for the rest of your days. (more…)