Tagged Right Livelihood

My Passion = My Purpose

Right Livelihood.

My passion is my profession and my vocation and my mission.  I love what I do. And what’s more, I welcome the opportunity to create quality imagery for my clients.

That said, in order to stay fresh and inspired, we all need to find a balance between economy, efficiency, and creativity.

This article from Tricycle points out that it is a good thing to be “in two minds” about our work – to strive to maintain high standards yet also to be objective. Good work depends upon trust and honoring the time and patience that produces quality.

There is no question that friction arises. Keeping clear, open communication is critical so that our work is

“ …fully understood and rightly conducted, with all its tensions.”

My goal is to maintain a sane relation to my work life and to deliver the highest quality results.

 

Why Right Livelihood Isn’t Just About Your Day Job

 

Thanks to Hustle+Grind for the infographic that lives on my bulletin board. 😉