In terms of what you do, I mean?
Should you, as so many say, love what you do?
Read this article and come back . . . .
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So, what do you think?
Has your answer changed, or evolved even?
I think, as the author does as well (in his own way), that it’s important to be in love what what you do. And not necessarily love everything about what you do.
That’s were people get this idea wrong.
They think they need to love everything about what they do, or keep searching.
But you do need to be in love with what your work is about.