Week 3 – The Career I Have Chosen

Failure is like pain, and is alien to my life.  I reject all of that and accept wisdom and principles that guide me away from shadows into the sunlight of wealth, position, and happiness far beyond my most extravagant dreams.  When my life is my career, and my career is my life, I can truly say I have found the best of all worlds.

Pleasure of my career is the satisfaction I feel every day in knowing I have done a job well, and the freedom I enjoy of knowing that no matter what life throws my way, I am willing and able to handle it joyfully, with finesse and grace.  I enjoy myself, I am happy, I help others when I can and desire to, and have the confidence necessary to stand up to others when necessary. I tithe 20% of every dollar I earn to charity, and the abundance I earned through my career allows me the freedom to purchase whatever is wanted or needed in our household without regard to price, and save for future needs, purchases, desired travel, and retirement.

My career is a learning journey filled with many delicious moments that give me opportunities to continue to grow.  And when those moments aren’t so delicious, I learn and grow from the contrast as well, for all of the moments are necessary.  One can’t appreciate the good without experiencing the bad, and one can’t grow from the good experiences until they have exposed the bad.  And many times, if not all times, the exposure is something from within.

I am honored and amused when those I’ve touched through my work send me pictures, videos and letters to acknowledge my service.  The phone calls I receive from a grateful parent, wife, sister, brother or friend of someone I’ve helped, or of a family whose life has changed for the better financially because of an idea I shared with them gives me tremendous gratification.   The most precious reward I receive is watching my children walk in my footsteps.  This feeds my soul with content fulfillment.  Usually, most of the time, all of the time, my dream eventually becomes reality.  That is a sincere “knowing.”

My career is also laden with heartbreak.  Not all hands that reach……can touch.  It can be frustrating and lonely at times.  Those are the times when I pull from the strength within.   I usually come to a great conclusion that makes me feel better, and I hope for the best.  I know there are some who aren’t ready, and those are the ones I can’t touch.  I know there are some I am not ready for too.

The career I have chosen includes many others who are in a comparable or parallel Master-Mindset.  It also includes those who are on the edge searching, who are wanting to be in the same or similar mindset.  Likewise, it also includes those who can pull me into a higher level.  I learn from everyone.  It’s such a wonderful feeling to help others get a higher point of vibration that helps them feel better, so they can naturally see or hear their own solutions to problems, dilemmas, or questions on their mind, and reach for their dream career and perfect or close-to-perfect life.  That makes me feel wonderful.

I am an Entrepreneur.  I am a dreamer, a doer, a mentor, a friend, a student, a wife, a mother, grandmother, nurse, health educator and a traveler, and that is my career.  I work in network marketing in health and wellness, and travel. To be healthy is to have wellness, and that is the greatest gift we give ourselves. And to travel the world and go wherever we want whenever we want is the ultimate pleasure of all.  My career is rewarding and financially abundant not only for me, but for others with the same mindset.  We leverage off one another.  It is the only job I know of where strangers become friends who become family, and the more we help one another, the more wealth we acquire.  The more wealth we acquire, the more people we can touch.  It’s a wonderful cycle, and my career is my beautiful, prosperous, joyful and abundant life.   It is the career I have chosen.


5 thoughts on “Week 3 – The Career I Have Chosen”

  1. Hi Paula, WOW .. love the design of your Blog , and am looking forward to reading more and following your journey … Your honesty is refreshing and your words a joy to read … ciao


  2. I agree…nice work on the blog site! I love the quote from Og that starts your blog! Live in the Sunlight of your Dreams…I’m so grateful for the sit…and the me time it affords!
    Such beautiful writing. Thank you!


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