Breaking free to the ultimate you!

Yes. The feeling, thought and the word belongs in your business and work place. Because . . . let’s face it . . . whether you believe it or not . . . you built your business, your skills and talents from the energy of love. The products and or services you provide come from those skills and talents and they are as unique to you as your finger print.

When you provide your service and/or products from your job or business, you are paid for it. The money you receive comes from the energy of love. Money is another way of moving that energy around.

Here is a case and point that money is another form of love. At the beginning – before money was created – this is how it worked: the person who made candles did it because it was his talent; he or she learned this skill because of a love for making candles. The one who worked with wood built things because he loved doing it. The farmer grew things because he loved doing it, etc. When the farmer needed candles he would trade some of his crop for candles and so on . . . and so on. This is how people passed on to each other the things they loved to do to fill the needs of others. As it became more complicated, bartering came into being and then money was created.

In today’s complicated world we lose sight of the fact that we get paid for selling the things that we are talented, skilled and passionate about. It’s true . . . a lot of people do work that they don’t like in order to earn money. If that’s the case, rather than stress or struggle, learn to love the work you’re doing until you discover and are able to do the work you love.

Why is it valuable to see our business and work this way? There are many reasons why the more you embrace this paradigm the more enjoyment you will have in building your life and business, solving your challenges and delivering your services. Through that process you will be improving your skill and becoming a master at it.

Here is a very powerful quote I read a long time ago that still serves me very well in my business:

“The more you love what you’re doing, the sooner it will give up its secrets to you.”

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