The Business Edge Blog

June 7, 2011

I Love What I Do

I Love What I Do –

As a Business Coach and Retirement Transition Coach I have the best job in the world!  I love what I do!  I help people achieve their dreams!

Most small business owners and entrepreneurs, get into business because they have a dream of how working for themself will be so much better than working for someone else.  They dream about the lifestyle that their own business will provide; much more easily and much more rewarding than slaving away for someone else.  Sometimes the actual work of running a business gets in the way.  It leads to sleepless nights, no vacations and tight budgets.

I get to meet with business owners over a cup of coffee or tea and relight that flame of passion for their business.  We talk about the problems and brainstorm solutions.  They get to talk out loud about the ideas they have and use me as a sounding board.  I ask the tough questions that they might not have thought of and help them see implementation more clearly.  I get to witness their transformation – the energy level comes back, the eyes light up even if there are dark circles under them – and see them head off with clearer ideas and implementation plans.

I love what I do!

Take a moment and think about what it is you do.  Are you loving it?  Are there changes you can make to rekindle the passion you once had for the work you do?  Let’s talk.  I bet together we can find a way to make the changes you need to make to love what you do once again!

Share your thoughts below.

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