Should You Do What You Love as a Career?

Should You Do What You Love as a Career?

What is the reason for having a career that you enjoy (or “love”)? And, what can you do action-wise to change the trajectory of your career satisfaction/life fulfillment? That’s what the ProductivityCast team tackles on this cast! Enjoy!

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In this Cast

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Should You Do What You Love as a Career?

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow: Discovering Your Right Livelihood by Marsha Sinetar

How Company Culture Shapes Employee Motivation

Dr. MLK’s ‘Street Sweeper’ Speech at Philadelphia School October 26, 1967

On job crafting, Managing Yourself: Turn the Job You Have into the Job You Want

You can use data to boost your career. Here’s how. | Neil Irwin | Big Think

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck, PhD

Mindset – Productivity Book Group

Do What You Love — And Watch Your Productivity Suffer

4 Concrete Steps to Take to Love Your Job Again (Backed By Science)

Reasons to Do What You Love for a Living

5 strategies to move toward a career you love

How to love your job even when you hate your job

Don’t “follow your passion”

Managing Yourself: Turn the Job You Have into the Job You Want

Source/Credit: The Reasons We Work
Source/Credit: Ikigai – Japanese concept to enhance work, life & sense of worth

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