Sunday, August 23rd, 2009
You probably have arrived at work on a Monday, sighed and trudged through your day. This is what a lot of us do because that’s what we’ve been taught. We torture ourselves so we can save enough money to be happy. Work doesn’t need to feel this way. When we work happy, work stops being a chore and becomes a pleasurable endeavor.
That’s why I created an eCourse that will help people build from their core strengths and optimize their working life. I created this course to help anyone, from a corporate employee to a self-employed entrepreneur. We all have basic needs. The only person who can fulfill your needs is you. It all comes from knowing what you need to make happiness a consistent reality.
I’ve heard hundreds of entrepreneurs complain about stress, motivation, and relationships. Interestingly enough, the same complaints come from corporate employees with a slightly different twist.
Where Has the Fun Gone?
We think we know what will make us happy, but life changes too quickly for us to keep up. We become more rigid, trying to keep life consistent, instead of allowing our minds to be flexible to our circumstances.
It’s not about finding rules, steps and guidelines to be happy at work. It’s about adapting to our work and finding work that excites us to our core. This is what will allow for maximum enjoyment.
The 10 part eCourse is designed to help you uncover the “core you” that has been ignored. You have the ability to be happy at work. You just need to figure out how to work on projects that excite you, and to do so more often.
If you sign up for this free eCourse you will receive an email every Monday for the next 10 weeks that will help you optimize your work happiness. You will probably want to save these in a separate folder to make sure you can reference them at your convenience.
* I apologize for the terrible formating, but anytime I messed with the code the submit button broke. So at least it works.
Free 10 Week eCourse
The most important part of your “Work Happiness Project” is to have fun. So if at any point you are not having fun during this process, it’s important to stop and ask yourself “why,” before you continue on. By figuring out what emotional blocks are occurring, you’ll be able to address the pain, reduce its hold, and get back to enjoying what you are trying to accomplish – work happiness.
Achieving work happiness is a life long process. You can’t lock into happiness and just stay there. You need to constantly make adjustments to fit your changing circumstances. What made you happy 5 years ago isn’t necessarily going to make you happy today.
As you probably well know, happier people are more successful. Just look at the proof in your own life. I’ll bet you would rather buy from a salesperson who shows enthusiasm. You want to work with co-workers who have fun at work. You prefer clients who make you laugh.
You don’t mind going that extra mile for those people. They are giving happiness to you and you want to give happiness to them in return.
If you are ready to uncover more work happiness and success, then sign-up for the free 10 part ecourse – “A Happier and More Successful You”
No worries. J If at any time you find this eCourse to be too overwhelming, or it puts you a little too in touch with the “inner you,” then you can unsubscribe at any time. I hate spam with a passion, so I promise that I won’t do anything funky with your email. Why would I? It doesn’t help either one of us work happier.
Need a productivity boost, you need to check out Charlie’s website Productive Flourishing. He has planners, tips, and down to earth advice that everyone could use.
If you liked this post then check these out:
- Reader Questionnaire 2009 and Quick Tip
- What do I do if I’m unhappy at Work?
- The launch of the Happy at Work Project