“Love Incorporated” is a guide for anyone that feels stuck in a mundane job that has little meaning. “Love Incorporated” will show you how to overcome the unique challenges involved in creating a life doing what you love. In the book, Jennifer Noel Taylor describes how she discovered her life mission and took a leap of faith. She quit her high-paying job as a software developer and pursued her true calling. She thought she had displayed such great courage to follow her heart, so she was surprised to discover that things did not flow very well. Everything she discovered could be summarized by the four key insights that make up this book. These insights are a guide to creating a business (and life) doing what you love. You don’t need to sacrifice your passion, spirit or integrity to have an abundant business.
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“Love Incorporated” is a guide for anyone that feels stuck in a mundane job that has little meaning.
Do you put up with a job you hate just to pay the bills? Or, do you do what you love but live like a “starving artist?” How do they do it? What’s their secret?
“I used to feel depressed every single day of the work week. I dreaded Mondays and felt like my job was a prison sentence. My heart was telling me one thing but my mind craved security,” Taylor said. “I was afraid that if I pursued what I really wanted to do, I wouldn’t make ends meet. It was hard to contemplate leaving a secure job, no matter how bored I was. Everyone has a dream. The subtle voice of the heart is always urging people to follow their passion.
“But why are people so often disappointed when they pursue what they love? Why is it so often a struggle to make ends meet? When I finally quit my job to pursue my true passion, I was under the false impression that I would be rewarded with instant success. But in reality, I struggled with the lack of security and lack of funding. I was very surprised that things did not flow very well. And I certainly did not anticipate the sheer amount of challenges I would face,” Taylor continued. “Through many learning experiences, mistakes, I finally discovered how to be successful while following my true calling (it only took 13 years. In my new book, I address the unique challenges when creating a career doing what you love. I made a lot of mistakes and through all of my trial and error, I noticed that I kept on coming back to the core truths over and over again. The people who love their job, seem to be the ‘lucky ones’ – the few and far between who have managed to integrate their passion and their pocketbook.”
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