Doing Beloved Work: Finding Truth in Your Career
by Meredith Fuller
It is a given that we work and live best when we love what we do, but some of us cannot surrender to love because we do not know who we are, what we love or what we are capable of doing. We may remain in careers or jobs we do not enjoy because we have unreasonable expectations and do not know how to perform reality checks; or we do not know what is causing the pain; or we feel so overwhelmed we simply give up.
What is the point of aligning ourselves with work-love? For viability, sustainability and a future that can hang together for us as individuals in a shape-shifting world, work-love is the point.
About the Author
Meredith Fuller is a careers counselling specialist, and not just in her formal qualifications, which include a bachelor of arts in psychology, a graduate diploma in vocational counselling, a masters degree in career behaviour, and membership of the College of Counselling Psychologists.
Meredith's many concurrent careers have included roles as a model, actor, author, playwright, columnist, book reviewer, talkback radio host, TV show panellist, psychological profiler and lecturer. Her day job as a psychologist in private practice sees her giving counselling and career development guidance to individuals and groups.
Tags: motivation, people, personal development