I was walking my dog and noticed my neighbor on his hands and knees in the dirt, happily planting flowers in his front yard. He was also gardening in the community lot adjacent to him, too – which clearly is not his responsibility.
He looked up, and noticed me staring. I was moved to say “I admire you.” What I was actually thinking was “I would rather speak in front of 2000 people than do that.”
His response? “I love this”.
I was then reminded of the saying “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Deep in thought, I received a “download”. I noted my feelings around yard work. To me it is exactly how it sounds “Yard WORK.”
But for him, it was a love affair.
And I do love teaching and public speaking – which happens to be most people’s greatest fear.
This thought lead me to think about relationships.
Relationships (like “yard work” and public speaking) should be an effort that we make willingly, freely, and joyfully.
In short – anything we love shouldn’t feel like “work”, although it may be perceived as work to someone else.
I recently put together a “Playbook” called The Practical Toolkit for Transformation. It is a fun simple and effective way to re-align yourself with “YOUR true you”. You’ll receive insight and downloads about how to get more of what you desire in your life by understanding where your blocks are and realigning yourself to the energies you value.
Click here for your copy: http://ginaspriggs.guru/shop/
You are loved ~