Not everyone has the luxury to do their dream job every day. Though I’ve taken no money so far after starting Bundio I could not be happier with how things have been going.
I was wondering today: can your job be considered work if you love doing it?
It’s probably work if…
You wake up most mornings wishing you didn’t have to get out of bed and begin the day.
You frequently glance at the clock to see how much time you have left before you can stop.
You can’t wait for the weekend.
It’s probably not work if…
You wake up most mornings energized and excited to begin the day.
You lose track of time and end up working through meals (but please, try to maintain healthy eating habits!).
The weekend is a foreign concept that you only visit from time to time.
If you can afford to make less money I urge you to quit your soul-sucking job and do something that doesn’t feel like work because you enjoy it so much.
I don’t believe in luck. I believe that skill, hard work, and putting yourself in the right place (as opposed to, “being in the right place at the right time”) are just three of the variables to a formula that many people define as “luck.”
“Luck” is a word used by people who don’t wish to over-analyze their success.
It is used as an excuse by those that fail as a way of explaining why someone else succeeded.