No person who is enthusiastic about his work has anything to fear from life.

Yeah, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I love what I do!

  • I love creating graphics for people… and getting paid for it.
  • I love designing websites and having my clients ooh and ahh at how neat it looks, at how quickly it gets built, at how much they saved.
  • I love writing stories and publishing them, and receiving rave reviews and responses from people who liked the stories.

I am super enthusiastic about my work so I am not afraid… (much)… I do worry about the bills sometimes when money gets tight. I do worry about my future in writing if I can’t get the word out. I do worry the technology is going to surpass my capabilities and I won’t have the aptitude or time to keep up. But that is simply playing the “What if” game and no one ever gets ahead playing at that.

No person who is enthusiastic about his work has anything to fear from life.
Samuel Goldwyn

I wasn’t always where I am now. I did not enjoy life (in my past). I had a job I hated, or multiple loathed jobs simultaneously, with the added stress of even that wasn’t enough. Family problems and sleepless nights, multiple worries led to multiple fears…

So my prayer for you – is if you are in that place where you are not enthusiastic, where your life is full of fears and doubts – I want you to know I am praying for you! I want you to feel the happy again. I want things to work out for you.  I want the enthusiasm to re-enter your life so your smile can return and your fears can dissipate.

This is my prayer for you. I want you to find a way to love what you do.

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