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It’s Not What You Do, It’s Why You Do It

What makes you like something? Buy something? What is that elusive pull that makes you say this is the place for me? It’s the big question vexing every good business person. The feeling is very hard to describe, and even harder to pin down. But there is actually a very simple answer: passion.

In one of the most famous TED talks of all time, author Simon Sinek explains that the real question every business should be asking themselves is not WHAT but WHY. In his research, Sinek found that every person can describe what they do, most can describe ...

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This I encourage. Take ample time for the things that seem simple. Check out the edges for those salient details, imperfections, observations that are sure to make your sentiments bloom. Fly below the clouds. Peer deep through the center and keep an ear for the sound of beauty.

Despite what you’ve been told, life is a miracle.

Ask the protozoa that inhabit our thoughts.

Admire, for instance, the tambourine-type quality held in the slick and durable lining of our billionth vital cell.

Because of these things we might leave nothing to chance, yet our greatest fears become of it ...

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Shake it up and see what you can get out of it.

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In a task-oriented world, take this as a task:

Do nothing.

Does this scare you? Do you understand the concept?

By "do nothing", we don't mean "avoid work" or "watch TV" or "go for a long drive". The intent here is to sit in a quiet place and allow your mind to wander. Work toward nothing. Be free of obligation. Notice what pops up, but do not judge. Let it be what it is and freely move to the next thing, whether it's related to the previous thought or not. Don't judge, just realize, appreciate and move ...

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You've always been a a creative person, but you may be wondering if there could be a good career for you that extends beyond the artistic world. Simply put, the answer is yes! People who exhibit creativity often have the ability to use their imagination to invent and develop original ideas, products and/or solutions.

In fact, due to the growing importance of intellectual property, most big corporations have increased the emphasis on attracting, nurturing and keeping creative people on staff. That’s because they realize that, especially in commerce and industry, the creative ideas employees generate can be the ...

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