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Beneath all the deep psychobabble that doesn t actually tell you how to go about doing what you love or really how to figure out what you love in the first place there are a few nuggets of insight and wisdom but they are unfortunately too few and far between to be worth much. [[ E-pub ]] ☠ Haz Lo Que Amas, el Dinero Te Seguira: Descubre el Verdadero Sentido de Tu Vida = Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow ☔ A challenging and provocative argument for doing our best at what we do best The idea and message of this book are great I didn t find a whole lot of practical advice, personally It wasof an inspirational read And maybe that is my fault for thinking there would be practical advice I also found it getting a lot into the psychology of why people do or do not pursue their passion This might be the right book for some people, but for where I am at, I didn t find it very useful. This is not a nuts and bolts book It takes what I might call a classic psychological approachtheoretical than research based to various psychological issues that may affect people s work for instance, low self esteem The organization is pretty loose, and it never really answers the question of how the money will follow Great title and maybe the right book for some people, but not for me. I plucked this book off my bookshelf when needing a last minute read to take on a plane ride This is not so much of a review as a highlight of a few of my favorite quotes and ideas I see Marsha Sinetar has an updated version of this book 2011 but was curious to reread a book 1987 that meant something to me 25 years ago when I was trying to figure out my right livelihood and found myself drawn to Buddhism and the concept of self actualizing I now use many of these concepts and ideas as I plucked this book off my bookshelf when needing a last minute read to take on a plane ride This is not so much of a review as a highlight of a few of my favorite quotes and ideas I see Marsha Sinetar has an updated version of this book 2011 but was curious to reread a book 1987 that meant something to me 25 years ago when I was trying to figure out my right livelihood and found myself drawn to Buddhism and the concept of self actualizing I now use many of these concepts and ideas as a framework as a recruiter and coach Since a lot of people fall into their first careers without much deliberation or thought, or to please others, and stick with them because they pay the bills, this book is an especially useful resource for those seeking Encore careers in their 50 s and 60 s the focus in that time of life is oftenmeaning or spirituality in life or work It is also useful for those seeking better fits or strength based careers at any time of life I think this book can be synthesized into this statement Love what you do or do what you love, even though the title does not reflect this The big idea about this is you don t have to change a thing about what you are doing, just your relationship to it Favorite ideas Expressing Your Distinctive Self The embracing of self has several life enhancing ingredients, not the least of which is learning to treat ourselves with love Truly, we are three people in this process our own Prodigal Son, who has misbehaved, especially when he chooses wrongly, yet who wishes to return to the love, safety and comfort of his home the father who accepts him back without questioning, with a generous loving spirit and the second son who questions, judges and opposes this loving welcome It seems to me that the work of our adult lives if we have not learned it in childhood or adolescence is to quiet the voice of the second son Instead, we can act out the father s role so as to fully absorb ourselves into the loving center of our being and consciousness A Spanish proverb teaches, God says, Choose what you will and pay for it By choosing we learn to be responsible By paying the price of our choices we learn to make better choices.The psychology of right livelihood includes conscious choice, work is a way of being, self expression, commitment, mindfulness.Our sense of self is based on our verdicts in childhood, about ourselves with regard to our sense of our power, our sense of our competence, and our sense of our worthwhileness Our expression of our distinctive self you could call it our value added includes using our flaws, ideosyncrasies and faults self acceptance the pace and personal tempo of our growth.Questions to guide to discover the self include What makes me happy What memories fill me with joy Which of my traits or characteristics, when expressed, make me glad to be me What kind of person am I at my best What top five values do I strive to live by and or admire in others Re the Big R Resistance Tarthang Tulku, a lama from Eastern Tibet, says that resistance is a habit we learn as children When a child encounters something he does not want, he has all kinds of maneuvers to avoid it, such as crying, hiding or fightingUnless we are taught to face our problems directly and work through them, the pattern of avoidance will be repeated..it can become a natural, accepted way to act so Resistance remains, even if it is in your best interest to break through it Resistance can also be thought of in the context of our fight, flight or freeze response see Robert Lindner, re positive rebellion Personal injunctions are the internal commands that run our internal lives Eric Berne They dictate our conduct and attitudes, and come from our culture, families, religious organizations and the media The roots of resourcefulness skillful means lies in the person s experience with solving problems Resourcefulness is littlethan creativity the ability to bring something into existence that does not yet exist, the skill of dealing with any kind of situation The three laws of resourcefulness 1 The person must have faith in his or her ability to solve problems 2 Practice independent thinking and decision making practice that puts the individual at considerable risk if he does not solve his own problems 3 Determination the individual must decide deep in himself that somehow he is going to discover the answer to the puzzles he or she faces The majority work to make a living some work to acquire weather or fame, while a few work because there is something within them which demands expressionOnly a few truly love it Edmond Boreaux SzekelyVocational Integration Work as Love, Work as Devotion It is this radical transformation of duty into love, fascination or pleasure which allows the individual to feel that he is at play This is becaue he is fully present, as a personality, fully there in the moment And because he has committed his heart, attention and intention to doing the work he heightens his energies and intelligence, and thus is able to give his all to the job at hand This harkens to chop wood, carry water , mindfulness and meditation It was Shunrya Suzuki, a deeply respected Zen master, who wrote of this phenomenon in the classic Zen understanding of the issue He described the Buddha as beingconcerned about how he made bread than with metaphysical subjects The Buddha discovered that the actual practice of making bread, repeating the bread making over and over and over again, was the way to find out how to become bread, the way to fuse himself with the action and thereby transcend himself The Buddha became the bread when he bake it to that extent did he put himself into his task The Buddha became the bread when he baked it to that extent did he put himself into his task From Stalking the Snow Leopard by Belden Lane In the mountains of Nepal, Peter Matthiessen learned that the purpose of mediation practice is not enlightenment, it is to pay attention even at unextraordinary times, to be of the present, nothing but in the present, to bear this mindfulness of now into each event of ordinary life Characteristics of a vocationally integrated person firm sense of identity, can stand alone or be alone and is fully present in the moment and in work able and willing to consciously choose to do work, take the consequences for the choice choices are prerequisite to feeling of power than can create , has options, can make a difference, that actions however slight matter, if only in his eyes is truly himself and brings entire self to work at hand work is a devotion or labor of love I found this book inspirational when I first read it, I suggested to the owner of the Tattered Cover that they invite her as a speaker, which they did.During that talk in Trinity Church main sanctuary Marsha said, I try and answer my own phone calls, stay in touch with my readers People are calling about this book and they are saying, Marsha, thanks for the book, it has changed my life Now I m doing what I love but audience laughs, we all laughed because we were all thinking the sam I found this book inspirational when I first read it, I suggested to the owner of the Tattered Cover that they invite her as a speaker, which they did.During that talk in Trinity Church main sanctuary Marsha said, I try and answer my own phone calls, stay in touch with my readers People are calling about this book and they are saying, Marsha, thanks for the book, it has changed my life Now I m doing what I love but audience laughs, we all laughed because we were all thinking the same thing but when does the money come I ve come to believe that doing what you love is enough You also need some x factor what she called in her next book trade skills so you can do what you love and get money from it so you can continue But it s the title alone that keeps getting quoted Causes two problems First, people out of work are mislead into thinking about what they want instead of looking for available work Second, when work is not lovable, which it often isn t, that s why we call it work, people think they are doing the wrong thing and often leave jobs they later regret leaving.I m going to talk about thison this Friday s Startup Show What a great book You have to take your time reading through to soak up all of the thoughts and concepts presented I found this book at an important time in my life I was having spurts of depression because I was in a job that was restrictive and had no way of moving up While working through this book I was able to identify my values and goals and find the courage to step through my fears to find fulfilling work and apositive mindset on what work is supposed to be So many times i see What a great book You have to take your time reading through to soak up all of the thoughts and concepts presented I found this book at an important time in my life I was having spurts of depression because I was in a job that was restrictive and had no way of moving up While working through this book I was able to identify my values and goals and find the courage to step through my fears to find fulfilling work and apositive mindset on what work is supposed to be So many times i see facebook friends complaining about their work First they complain they don t have a job, then when they have one they complain the whole way through it We re meant to find what we love, not be stuck in something depressive because we re stuck paying bills This book explores this so well Please read this book 2.5 stars First, the book probably could have been half as long.Second, I didn t find a whole lot of practical, implementable information or advice in here The author has a lot of ideas and philosophies about what an individual s right livelihood might be and how to go about finding it, but when it came down to figuring it out for myself and putting her philosophies and psychological analyses into something I could DO to move toward a better career, I was at a loss There were some insightful 2.5 stars First, the book probably could have been half as long.Second, I didn t find a whole lot of practical, implementable information or advice in here The author has a lot of ideas and philosophies about what an individual s right livelihood might be and how to go about finding it, but when it came down to figuring it out for myself and putting her philosophies and psychological analyses into something I could DO to move toward a better career, I was at a loss There were some insightful nuggets here and there that I copied down for myself for later reference I also found the ideas presented in the chapter on resistance to be particularly relevant to me But overall I wantedout of the book My mom gave me this book when it came out in 1989, and every 7 years or so, I re read it This is not a how to, life coachy book, it sof a meta 40,000 foot bigger perspective view of life and a philosophy of how to approach it The life she espouses is where I find myself today.This book, while about 200 pages, is not a quick read I recommend it in small doses, allowing her words to percolate in your subconscious and sparking insight at unexpected, serendipitous times.Thanks again, Mom I really enjoyed this book, it offered keen insight on ways to think and plan for building a new career in something that truly inspires you It was relatively short but filled with very relevant and diverse stories of people following this journey And it offered very practical steps to take to pursue the path over time.not a do this and get rich type of approach I expect I ll be journalling ideas from this book for sometime and I recommend it to those searching for what to do next