I have learned so much over the past little while about generations and how one can influence the other. I believe to achieve happiness and success, our professional and personal life must be aligned to reach our highest potential. There are so many people all over the world in a career, job training, business or startup crisis that they need to be given hope and help. We must find the most simple and easiest ways to get people connected with the help and expertise they need to be successful.
Melanie Pinola from LifeHacker states in her article “Don’t Do What You Love. Do What You Are.”
“You’ve no doubt heard this career advice before: “Do what you love.” Brazen Careerist founder Penelope Trunk calls this simple and idealistic advice absurd. Instead of trying to figure out what you love most and then find the perfect matching career, do what you are, based on your strengths and personality.“
For me, I have a genuine passion to serve others, a desire to make things work above the status quo, and a conviction is that simpler is better. It’s in my DNA.