Finding Joy in a Job You Don't Like

Author:
Shundrawn Thomas; Leah Archibald; Mark Roberts
Date:
February 22, 2023
Type:

An encouraging discussion unfolds in this short podcast which helps to reframe the way in which we might view work and its place in our life.

"There’s some magic that turns the work you do every day for a paycheck into something more, something that you actually enjoy, but how do you spark that magic? How can you experience joy in your work when you’re working a job that you don’t like?" 

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