Many of us are working in jobs that help pay the bills and provide us with enough money to have all of the material possessions we need to support our families and loved ones.
But how many of us truly do what we love and what makes us happy?
Do you toil around in a job and stare at the clock all day waiting for 5:00PM to arrive?
Or are you completely fulfilled and content, doing what you love and not considering it work at all?
Personally, I have always worked in my chosen field of broadcast and print journalism, and loved every minute of it.
The problem, however, was that I did not love myself, which caused me to develop low self-esteem and self-confidence, which, in turn, led to addictions, and later on, a stint in prison.
Now, however, nearly nine full years removed from the latter, I am into the next stage of my life, which consists of helping others through my book, “Jew in Jail,” http://www.jewinjail.com/, and delivering of motivational & inspirational speeches to those trying to recovery from alcohol, drugs, gambling, and other addictions.
We all have the right to be happy in life doing whatever it is we choose to spend our time doing.
If you are honest with yourself, you will know, deep down, if you are happy in life, and achieving enjoyment and fulfillment on a daily basis.
Hopefully you are, but if you aren’t, there is always time to seek changes to rectify the situation.
After all, who better than you deserves all the best life has to offer?