How much do you love what you are doing?

Find what you love to do and it is no longer workI saw a TED presentation today and one quote really struck me, Carol Coletta is quoted as saying, “I would pay someone to do what I do

I’ve often heard this from the negative perspective where you would pay to have someone do it because then you would not need to do it yourself, but this is from the positive perspective!

Imagine doing something that you love so much that you would pay someone else to do it as well so that they could have the same experience as you do. Of course you can’t guarantee that they would love it as much as you because we are all individuals but to find this for yourself is the ultimate goal.

There are times when I would pay someone to do what I do and to get the thrill and satisfaction of seeing a client or a friend come to grips with technology and to see how it opens up new possibilities for them rather than being something scary. It’s only scary until you have the tools to deal with it and a good mentor or guide to help you get started.

With a passionate guide to help you navigate the world of SEO, Blogs and other eye-glazing-over terms in the world of your on line presence, you can open your eyes to the possibilities and enjoy this important part of your business instead of dreading it.

Have fun with this presentation and keep an eye out for ‘workafrolics’

Come frolic with me,

Brian
your ‘peoples geek’

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3 Responses to How much do you love what you are doing?

  1. Hilary Wilson says:

    Dear Brian,

    I can see why you are called the peoples geek – because you take technical potentially eye glazing stuff and make the benefits clear and how to easily implement them. Even I one of the least techie people on the planet is getting huge benefit from your wisdom. Thank you so much for really delivering value in a way I understand. Hilary

  2. Pam says:

    “There are times when I would pay someone to do what I do and to get the thrill and satisfaction of seeing a client or a friend come to grips with technology and to see how it opens up new possibilities for them rather than being something scary”.

    Thankyou Brian, I look forward to it too! I’m very much at the stage of not knowing what would be useful for me to know, so look forward to learning enough, to formulate the questions, and building a solid foundation!

    • Brian says:

      Hi Pam,
      Even knowing that there are questions to ask is a big step forward – I am sure you will get there, and if I can help then let me know.

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