Shana Tova (good year) dear readers,
In the past few days I have come to an understanding that the most important factor about how I relate to my work is if I feel wheather my work has a meaning…
I have come to this thought after an understanding that if working for money is prioritized as the main reason that gets you to work in the morning – you will be mentally worn down.
We can always gain more money and ask for more from ourselves.
Working for a purpose or an achievement that is meaningful, will keep strong winds in one’s sails and might prevent work boredom.
This can be achieved this by taking on projects that involve your habits or topics that you care about, then try to think about the actions you can take in this project that have more then just a revenue outcome.
I’m currently looking at projects that involve helping stray cats find a home, mainly because of my love for cats – Working on this really makes me feel great and even boosts my workload on other projects.
This is a short post, but to me it has great importance – I have now gained an understanding that for long range projects that generate revenue, having a personal feeling of meaning in relation to your projects has to be the most important factor in your mission to create a happy work life.