It is natural to view work as a chore, but I view it as an outlet for expression. I am thankful for my work, so I give it my all.
There is a special place in my heart for the people who hire me. It feels good to be seen as a feeling human being instead of a robot to complete a task. I know that my feelings and comfort are important to them.
It is a blessing to have people who consider my comfort even in work.
In return for their graciousness, my mantra is to always produce work of a high quality. When I am guided by that, excellent results are automatic.
I get rewarded when I produce according to the details of the assignment. My job is easier because my employers provide me with clear directives.
I know that my work transforms the lives of others. Although the recipients of my effort are strangers to me, I feel proud to offer them something beneficial.
Knowing that I am in control of such a powerful tool is scary but empowering. I allow my soul and morals to guide me in my work. My output is designed to bless others as much as it blesses me.
Today, I smile each time I sit at my desk to start working because it brings me joy. Being able to do something that I love for work is a wonderful feeling. Today is always a good time to lift up those who bless me with this opportunity.
1. What signals indicate that my work is taking more from me than it is giving?
2. How do I adjust when I am feeling mentally unprepared for work?
3. In which other aspects of my life do I receive regular blessings?