“Doing what you love is the cornerstone of having abundance in your life.”
I love what I do.
I get to talk to folks about what they do, what they have done, and what they want to do.
I get to hear stories from people in all professions, learn how they came to be in that line of work (the past familial, cultural, and/or educational influences they received), and experience them sharing vulnerably their dreams for career and life in the future.
I get to help them see beyond belief systems or small-self ideas of what’s possible for them. I get to hold up a mirror unbroken by their fearful or critical self-concepts so they get a glimpse of their unique value. I get to show them ways to tap into the natural love of humanity to go further and faster toward their dreams than they could through traditional means…regardless of age, experience or other perceived blocks.
That’s me. I got it good.
Which brings me to Dr. Wayne Dyer…whom the world of love and humanity will miss greatly.
Among many pearls of wisdom that Dr. Dyer offered around work, he said “Don’t work and sell it to make money, do what you love and sell the love!”
He was adamant that we could each do this. Do what we love. Sell the love. That includes you.
In honor of Labor Day and the gifts of Wayne Dyer to each of us, as part of our celebrations, let’s be grateful for having work that we love…or else faithful that we shall have it, no matter what.
Got work of love?
“There is no scarcity of opportunity to make a living at what you love; there’s only scarcity of resolve to make it happen.”
Honoring Wayne Dyer and Your Labor Day
In support of having work we love and in recognition of that on Labor Day, enjoy the following opportunities through midnight Monday.