I met a...

I love this phrase. Could be the start of your next career.

I’m going on a tour of The Westcott House, a home designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906 and for some reason, “a lost Wright artifact,” according to the Web site, westcotthouse.org. I love seeing his work. A man who had such passion for creating. It’s been recently restored to its original state which they describe as a “painstaking and exacting labor of love.” I love that phrase. I rarely hear anyone say that about their work. What would you be doing if you were willing to do it with a “painstaking and exacting labor of love?”  What kind of work, project or endeavor would that be for you? This is a good question to ask yourself if you’re searching for ideas on the kind of work you truly want to do.

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