Mark Sieverkropp loves his job. How about you?
It hasn’t always been that way. Less than two years ago, he absolutely hated his job.
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But he found the work that he loves; work that he is passionate about. He actually wakes up and looks forward to work. He is making a difference each day. He is truly living. And he wants to teach you how to live that way, too.
Worn out – physically and emotionally
Mark woke up one day from a deep slumber. He looked over at the clock…
It hit him suddenly…his mind raced…
What?!? I’m three hours late for work!
Hurry, hurry, hurry. Go, go, go. Get up! My boss is going to kill me. Gotta get my clothes on. Where is my phone?!? Why is my wife yelling at me?
Wait, what was his wife yelling at him? He could barely make it out through the fog of war.
How do you view your current work?
Is it a job, a career, or a calling?
Are you waiting to start or find your “dream job” to pursue your calling or to leave your mark on the world?
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Yale psychologist Amy Wrzesniewski has interviewed thousands of workers in hundreds of different professions and found that people have one of three mindsets about their work. She calls them “work orientations.” They are:
For the next two days, I want to talk to you about your career.
My friend Mark Sieverkropp has an exciting announcement that I’ve asked him to share with you. If you hate your job, this stuff is for you. If you just kind of like your job, it’s for you. If you are underpaid, underappreciated, overworked, or just plodding along aimlessly in your career, this information is for you.
A suicide note from a 17-year old boy read in part: Let that sink in for a minute before you move on. Picture this teenager writing those words. See the angst and frustration, the sadness and the hurt, the loneliness and worthlessness that he felt. Well, this note just as easily could have been written […]