Do what you love and love what you do. At least as often as possible.
I have had the good fortune of having several different jobs, and for the most part I have loved every one of them. When you like what you do, you tend to be good at it, avoid burnout,and feel content at the end of the day.
When I am out and about, I love to people watch, don’t you? Tonight I watched, and caught, several people doing a great job at what they were doing. We happened to be at a restaurant, and the employees, from host to manager, were in their 20’s, or younger. They were on thier game. We had such a wonderful experience and meal. Before we left I went to speak to the manager. I wanted to be sure to let him know what a wonderful meal, and time, we had. I thanked him and let him know I thought he was doing a great job. He was appreciative, and it made us both feel good.
It seems like we spend a lot of time complaining, and wishing things were different then they are, at any given time. Wouldn’t it be nicer if we spent time and attention noting the goodness, and rightness is what is?
Today, perhaps you can shift your awareness and notice what is happening around you, with the intention of noticing the positive. With each recognition allow yourself to feel appreciation and gratitude. . . . . let it ease into your being. Put yourself out there, tell others when you notice the good job they are doing, point out the their friendly and positive attitude. Reinforce the goodness in others, and notice how it comes back to you.