The Ability to Love Your Job

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Learning to love your job has many benefits that go unnoticed. People whom love their jobs tend to do better work, and also are happier in other aspects of life. Most people who do not love their jobs are just stuck in a rut that they can get out of. By accepting a few things and being inspired, loving your job can be a real thing.

1. Focus on Growth

Try and open your eyes to see new ways in which you can grow as an employee. When someone begins to lose their interest in their job, it’s usually because they are not being challenged enough. Find new ways to take advantage of growing at your job. There may be a promotion waiting, or at least room to grow into a better employee in whatever field you choose.

2. Discover Your Favorite Part

What’s your favorite part of your job? It may be working with a team of professionals, or even the smile you put on a customers face. Focus on that aspect and try and utilize it in all facets of your work. Your most favorite part will most likely keep you the happiest, and make you come back to work with a smile on your face.

3. Learn a New Skill

Work is a great place to try something new while still growing professionally. Many jobs offer new skills to learn, and that may come in handy at a moment’s notice. It’s also possible that your work will pay for your training in a new skill if it’s beneficial to them. Learning new skills at work will give you the opportunity to see the value in your job, and start to love it.

4. Look Toward the Future

Imagine how much better your life will be if you can learn to love your job. Since we spend a huge chunk of our time working, we might as well do all we can to be happy. Take the necessary steps to start planning a future where you love your job. This is the key to eternal happiness.


Making the Most of the Holidays

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The holiday season is a cheerful time for people to relax and enjoy time with their families. Although this is always a great idea, it’s important to make the most out of the downtime from work. Following these steps will allow you to take advantage of the holidays, and get you ready to get back to work when they’re over.

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If you’re anything like most people, the end of the year can get chaotic. From tasks needing to be done at work, to buying gifts for loved ones, it’s definitely a busy time. When the holidays begin, allow yourself to organize your life and get back on track. This might mean cleaning out your briefcase, or following up on a few emails. This is the perfect opportunity to re-establish order for the upcoming year.


Use this time to reflect on things that have gone well this year, as well as things that might not have. It’s a time for cheer, but there’s nothing wrong on reflecting on the things you need to work on. Are you using your time wisely? Think of strategies to make the next year better than the last. The holidays give us a great opportunity to come back down to earth.

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Goal Planning

Do you have anything in mind that you’d like to accomplish next year? Write down a few goals that you can stick with throughout the year. This will give you an idea on what the year will be like, as well as give you a chance to start it off right. At the end of the year, look back and see if you accomplished your goals. You will be proud of the work you put in


We all deserve a break, and at the end of the year is a good time to kick back and enjoy time with your family. Although it’s important to re-focus and organize, it’s still a great idea to enjoy yourself during the holidays. Spend time with your loved ones, and let that relaxation affect your mood. You want to start the year fresh, and ready for action.

The Benefits of Meditation When Stressed at Work

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Very few alternative health practices get as much attention as meditation. It’s been a fairly mainstream practice for decades now, and doesn’t show any sign of stopping. So what is it about this ancient religious technique that makes it so popular in modern times? The answer to that is clear. Contemporary times are becoming increasingly demanding, busy, and stressful making us desperate for relaxation and relief.

That’s exactly what meditation provides, in addition to wellbeing, concentration, and a host of other benefits. So if you’re stressed at work, as so many of us are, it might be worth it to try this popular and ancient practice for yourself. Let’s take a look at the types of meditation and the benefits of meditation when stressed at work:

Common Types of Meditation

Transcendental meditation is the process of achieving a unique state of consciousness by meditating with a repeated mantra, and allowing your mind to drift to a state of calm and deep relaxation. This method is sometimes led by an instructor and may require some time to learn. Mindfulness meditation is a relatively simple form that involves concentrating on your breathing and disconnecting yourself from the thoughts that pass through your mind. Mindfulness can lead to a relaxed state of wellbeing.

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Meditation for Reducing Stress at Work

It’s common to get stressed out at work. Constant deadlines, important meetings, performance reviews, meeting quotas—the list goes on and on. Work is stressful for many, many people. Rarely do we ever get relief from the daily demands at work that bleed into the rest of our lives and keep us up at night. If you identify with any of the above sentiments, it might be time to try meditation for yourself and join the many who swear by it for relaxation and happiness.

Meditation can be done at any time. You don’t need to set aside hours of silent time. You can try simple meditation just about anywhere, whether you’re sitting at your desk, riding in a car, walking, or whatever else. You just need to learn the techniques and then practice them daily.

You will reduce work-related stress by allowing yourself to exist in the present. So much of our stress is worrying about the future or trudging over past events, so meditating will bring you into the present and reduce the burden of events outside of your control.

In addition, meditating will reduce stress by neutralizing negative emotions. Negativity keeps us from being happy when it’s all we think about, and amplifies stress up to unnecessary and unhealthy levels. Meditate, and begin to let the negativity go, and let goodness and calm feelings become your state of mind.

The relaxing and mood-altering benefits of meditation can do wonders for your life if you’re stressed at work. You owe it to yourself, your coworkers, your boss, and your family to reduce your levels of stress.

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