How to Find Work That You Love — A Logical Guide

“So… uhh… how do I find a job that I love?”

Talk about money long enough, and the question inevitably comes up. And it should.

Most of us spend 60-80% of our waking hours doing something work-related. If you don’t enjoy that work, then it means you’re unhappy 60-80% of the time. Logical, right?

It would also make sense that the quickest way to improve your happiness would be to improve your enjoyment of the thing you spend the most time doing. Since that’s work, you wonder if you couldn’t find something better.

But the question is, “How?”

Here’s what I think: the answer is in the title of this post.

Let’s break it down, starting at the end of the title and working our way back to the beginning.

But just before we get into that, I want to quickly cover how work has changed over the last few years. Work doesn’t mean sitting in an office for 60 hours seek. Sure, for some people, this is the case but the internet is transforming how we do everything. And when it comes to business, it’s changed how we start, run and grow them. 

People like Sam Ovens are pioneering new ways of doing business that are helping people all over the world make more money and win more time in their lives. 

So my point is that we’ve never been more spoilt for choice when it comes to finding work that we love.

Anyway, here are some steps that’ll help you on your journey…”

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How I Got a Six-Figure Salary Straight Out Of College

Who says you have to be old before you start making the good money?

When I graduated college, I had 14 job offers, two of them for more than $100,000 a year. No, I didn’t go to a prestigious school like Harvard or Stanford. And no, I didn’t graduate with an advanced degree in law or medicine. Although you can very easily receive a six figure salary out of school by completing a mba degree program, I chose a different route.

I had a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. By all accounts, I should’ve been making only about $30,000 a year. Maybe less.

Instead, I took a job with a salary higher than most people achieve in their lifetimes. And I was only 21 years old.

Let me show you how I did it.

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Slave Pays $1,517,433 for Freedom in 2007

Did you think slavery was over?Wage Slave.jpg

It’s not… not even in the United States.

True, the 13th Amendment officially abolished slavery in 1865 (although Mississippi neglected to ratify until 1995). It ended slavery in one of its most brutal, inhumane forms: chattel slavery, in which people are treated as nothing more than property.

Yet at least one type of slavery continues to exist, even thrive. In fact, almost every person in the world has been subjected to it, including you.

What kind of slavery am I talking about?

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