It is pretty common for people to think about what they do in their jobs on a daily basis and whether they are fulfilling their purpose and potential, or are passionate about the work they do. In this episode, Tiffany talks about passion, purpose (or other names people have for the same), the internal conflict they create when we think about our day jobs, and how we can try to bring them to the work we do every day.
Just My Thoughts
Tiffany shared a few thoughts on Justice Scalia’s remarks during the Fisher v. University of Texas oral arguments, and the various internet responses to Ayesha Curry’s tweets about wearing revealing clothing, or not. For more on Mrs. Curry’s tweets, check out an article from the The Root here and another from Madame Noire here.
Mentioned In this Episode
Here are the links in mentioned in today’s show:
- How to pursue your passion without going sacrificing your sanity.
- The top 8 reasons you’re going broke pursuing your passion.
- “Following your passion” is crappy advice.
- How to find the courage to follow your purpose.
- Go straight for the joy and follow your purpose.
- How to read the 3 signs telling you your life’s purpose.
Also, check out Jeff Goins’ book The Art of Work .
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