Updated: Mar 31, 2019
Why it's important to find work you love.
In a week where we have been celebrating all things love, and hopefully sharing some special moments with the significant others in our lives, it is only appropriate that we also think about the other great love in our life…… our work! No I have not taken leave of my senses! Loving, (or at least enjoying) what we do. has a tremendous effect on all aspects of our lives. If we are in work we really enjoy, we are more productive, more fulfilled and more successful. The more we enjoy the hours we spend at work the more motivated we are - we inspire and are inspired, have better physical and mental health and have happier home lives. Let's face it - we are all living longer and are all going to be working for much longer - increasingly more from necessity than choice - so if we are going to be spending significant amounts of our life at work, and work has such a huge bearing on our happiness and health, finding work we love or at the very least enjoy is critical! So, if as you read this you are one of the 3 in 5 people who are not happy in their work and are thinking of making some changes to your job or career, but are unclear of what changes to make or how, join us at the Career Change Retreat. The Career Change Retreat will be taking place at Roffey Park in beautiful West Sussex on the 9th- 10th March, where with me and 10 other like minded women you can explore what you want next in your career and life, take some time to reconnect with your confidence about who you are and what you can offer, and start the journey towards finding work you love and building the career and life you want for the future. Places are limited so click here to find our more and I look forward to helping you find your other great love again then.
"I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself:
'If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do
what I am doing today?'
And whenever the answer has been 'No' for too many
days in a row,
I know I need to change something." STEVE JOBS