If we look at the world with a love of life, the world will reveal its beauty to us. 

-Diasaku Ikeda

To be successful, happy and satisfied with our work life, we need to find our deepest calling – the calling that we can deem our “vocation” – that is to say, the work that we feel designed to undertake, and the work that fully aligns with our values.  We put a large portion of our life energy into our work each and every day when we show up to complete our task list, make our phone calls, give our sales pitches and attend our meetings.  Truly finding one’s “vocation” is an exploration of what it means to seek beauty and satisfaction in our work life and in the presence we bring to what we are called to do.

What do you need to be successful in your current role?  What role would you love to be in or work toward?  How do you stay centered on your values when changes occur?  What makes your job satisfying?  What do you need more of?  Less of?  Where is the beauty in your career path, and how can you build on the foundation that you already have?  What choices are you making, and how are they supporting who you truly are?  How can you bring your whole self to work every single day and let your unique set of traits support your success?

These questions are just a few that can be explored as you continue toward embodying your abundance in every area of your life.

What you do today is important, because you are exchanging a day of your life for it.

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