Love is the greatest source of motivation “At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet,” said Plato. When you enjoy what you do, you like to think about it all the time. You feel inspired by the challenges you face daily, and gladly spend your time coming up with great ideas to make things better. According to Carl Gustav Jung, “The creative mind plays with the object it loves.
I love writing and motivating youths and entrepreneurs with awesome ideas that will enable them achieve their goals in life. I love seeing people succeed in life and getting to meet their set goals and targets. These passion form part of my daily routines, as i constantly search for ways to impact positively on people using the tools and gifts i love dearly.
When a man is actively engaged in what he does, such things don’t bore the man, rather he derives pleasure from it and even get paid for doing what he loves. I call that “Value added incentives”. The basic task is to discover what you love doing.
Gabriel Jesus, the Manchester City of England and Brazilian footballer shares his passion for the beautiful game of football. He sleeps, walks, wakes and breath football. He mention the trauma he had to go through when he was injured and had to stay out of football for more than three months. It was the most difficult period in his life.
That to me is the epitome of what it means to do what you love. It doesn’t matter if you are a musician, motivational speaker, engineer, doctor or banker. As long as you love what you are doing, you will always stay motivated daily.
Making a career out of something you love doing may sound like a pipe dream — or, at the very least, the exception to the rule.
But whoever coined the phrase “do what you love and the money will follow” may have been on to something. Numerous studies have shown that happy people tend to earn higher salaries — and it stands to reason that these high-earners are happy — at least in part — because they have jobs they love.
“A job that you love … gives you extra motivation to meet your goals, and when you do, the sense of accomplishment is outstanding. As I see the Internet of Things continue to grow and gain acceptance across the world, it’s that much more meaningful because I’m passionate about [technology] and my company has helped drive the momentum.”– Masanari Arai, CEO, Kii