"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life." Confucius
This excellent advice is not so easy to put into practice when you have other commitments and obligations; we tend to put on one side what we genuinely love to do. However, You Deserve A Business And Life That You Love.
But how exactly do we find that? True calling is a complex and highly individual discovery. Still, there are particular elements - certain distinctions - that make it easier.
For me, it was the desire for freedom and flexibility that move me to find the ideal business and life that I love.
Doing what I love enables me to enjoy what I appreciate best.
I live in Perth which is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with a population of 2,022,044 living in Greater Perth and is one of the most isolated cities.
Personally, I love the way of life here: It has some of the world’s best beaches, it enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm, sunny weather for most of the year and Australians, in particular, Perth people are very friendly.
I am fortunate to live in the South Perth area in a lovely apartment that faces the Perth's Swan River. The river was named by William de Vlamingh in 1677.
The Swan River is a river in the south west of Western Australia. Its Aboriginal Noongar name is the Derbarl Yerrigan. The river runs through the metropolitan area of Perth.
I often see the black swan which is Western Australia's bird emblem, and it is said to be found as far north as the Kimberly region.
The black swan is unique. Its beak is red which makes an attractive colour combination. The black swans prefer open waters as they need at least 20 metres to take off.
From our dining area and main bedroom windows, we have a lovely view of the Swan River and the Sir James Mitchell Park
Sir James Mitchell Park is a park along the southern foreshore of Perth Water in Perth. It lies within the suburb of South Perth from Mends Street Jetty, to just south of Heirisson Island.
My daily routine after lunch or dinner is to take a 1/2 hour walk. I have done it for years, and it is an absolute delight to walk around the river or the park, especially after a rainy day, as the smell of the grass, trees, flowers and plants are absolutely delicious.
I enjoy watching the cyclists, runners and dog walkers around the river but most of all, I love watching all kind of birds enjoying the benefits of nature.
Galahs are seen everywhere, they are also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo, galah cockatoo, roseate cockatoo or pink and grey, one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, nourishing themselves in the open country. And they can be found in almost all parts of mainland Australia.
My favourites are the Rosellas. These colourful parrots are native to Australia and nearby islands, where they inhabit forests, woodlands, farmlands, and suburban parks and gardens. It is a spectacular view when we see them flying from one tree to another.
I particularly enjoy the weekdays when not too people are around. There is tremendous peace, and I am surrounded by the large park. The only sound I hear is the singing of the birds.
This is the way I find a lot of pleasure and freedom because when I feel appreciation and gratitude, everything falls nicely into place. What about you?
Are looking for a life of freedom and flexibility? What is stopping you? Have you ever look at your life and felt in your heart that there must be a better way?
Make a commitment, turn your love into action, and have fun because you deserve a business and life that you love.
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