I believe that this quote from Albert Schweitzer speaks volumes to the confusion that many people have in regards to achieving success. I LOVE what I do and I hope that shows in my work. I trust that it does.
“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”
Do you LOVE what you do? If not, why are you still doing it?
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this. I imagine there are some different beliefs that float around the “need” to do a certain job or a certain deed. In my experience, when I hear my inner voice say I “should” do something, it usually means I’m holding on to a fear that if I don’t do it, something bad will happen. That’s just me though. What’s your experience?
About the Author
Andrew Morison is a specialist in straw bale and green construction. He has shown thousands of people how to build their own straw bale projects through his comprehensive series of instructional straw bale, concrete foundation, and plastering DVDs, as well as his hands on workshops. You can check these out at www.StrawBale.com/store.
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