Love what you do
A self-improvement podcast from: Janina Pernsot
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In my podcast I give you impulses on how to be in love with what you do, whether you need to start loving it, or fall back in love with it, or even love it more than you already do.
We don’t always have the luxury to choose everything we do or we have to do. What we can do, however, is to fill our lives with more love: with the use of some tools, making some small changes, a change of focus or mindfulness, for example towards ourselves.
Of course, this is not just about love for our work, but also the other areas of our lives, such as the conditions in our lives, our free time, dealing with others and how we treat ourselves.
In the course of my self-employment, I have helped many clients to love what they do. Some of them changed completely what they were doing and some only made little changes. As different as my clients are, they all do have one thing in common: They want to love how they live there life: again, finally or even more as they already do.
Here in my podcast I want to share my approaches with you, I will tell you about my own experiences and insights from what I’ve worked out with my clients, about some of my observations, about books and people that inspired me and I will interview people that I find great, that have to tell an awesome story or that widened my horizon.
So this podcast is for you when you are interested in:
discovering your dream job and finding your career, either self-employed or as an employee
getting a better idea of success, happiness, love and satisfaction in your professional and private life
leaving unloved routines and stuck states and instead finding your purpose or extending your passion for your work or what you love
being motivated and full of joy and enthusiasm in every-day life and seeing every day as an adventure
having more success, setting your goals and realizing your vision
being mindful and having awareness for your boundaries, growing your self love and figuring out whether you are in your own
getting a better relationship with yourself, with colleagues, your family and your partner, working on your communication skills
I’d be happy if you decided to listen to the podcast. You can also check my homepage.
Be happy and be light
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