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Multiple ways to be passionate about your work

It saddens me to hear people say “I’m just a [insert job title]”.  I sense that some don’t convey (or even feel) “passion” for the work they do.  Here are multiple ways to think and be passionate about your work, even if that work doesn’t seem interesting:

– being passionate about your actual work (the obvious one)

– being motivated by results (e.g., sales)

– the love of solving hard problems

– the ability to support/collaborate with coworkers, colleagues, customers

– variety of people, businesses, industries, outcomes

– constant learning opportunities

– a chance to improve lives, change minds, plant positive seeds

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