Two weeks ago I posed the question: “are you doing what you love?” Thank you for your wonderful answers. Some notable responses included:
- “Yes!!Yes!!! I love what I am doing!!! I get up everyday and say I love this day!!”
- “I’m currently doing what I like, and working towards doing what I love.”
- “I took a risk and it paid off. I’m doing what I’ve always wanted to do.”
If you would like to read more of the responses (there were over 48), here is the post: Ask the Reader: Are You Doing What You Love?
Also, we have a number of copies of Sway: The Irrestistible Pull of Irrational Behavior by Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman to give away for our favorite responses. The recipients of the book are:
Mary Jaksch, who wrote the article 7 Steps Towards Love (and Away from Fear) for this blog back in May, has just released an e-Book called From Tragedy to Triumph which explains her five steps to healing. It’s a great read, and well worth the purchase if you are currently in a dark place.
Jonathan rethinks the common piece of advice “think big, act small” in his article Think Small, Act Big. I’ll never think of learning a musical instrument the same way again….
Is it possible to work less and still impress your boss, wife, husband and friends? According to Marc the answer is “yes”. He shares his suggestions for doing so in How To Work Less and Still Impress.
Todd Goldfarb returns from a short blogging break with a personal and insightful article, How to Cope When You Lose An ‘Anchor’.
“Dear Senator McCain and Senator Obama: You are running for a position that we lost faith in.” Al looks at what makes a great leader in his article, Eight Rules of Leadership from George Washington.
Lastly, Marelisa looks at how to create health and harmony in your life in her article, Find Balance Through the Four Elements: Fire, Water, Earth, and Air.