|Do you need to love what you do, or does professionalism suffice?
The Vintage Scarf is my passion it is my goal it me me! I came up with the name, I have developed the Web Site, I buy the scarves, I take the pictures and I inspect every single scarf before it is ever put on my Web Site.
Of course you need to love what you do in a creative field. There is no formula, no sitting in a cubicle working with your eyes closed. However, love is not enough. Being business savvy plays an equal crucial role. Being creative/talented doesn't mean much without the drive of commerce behind it.
You have to love in order to be the best that you can be
DEFINITELY need to love what you do, and it doesnt seems a job to you no more.
You need to love what you do. Professional comes in second. Thats my own personal opinion
Passion is the best sales tool any professional can have. Passion is what makes your clients feel valued. Deep connections are made when passion is part of our worklife. Professionalism is important, too, but if I had to have one, I would choose passion.
I enjoy my job and enjoy finding the fabulous vintage fashions. When I am on a buying trip I know that one day my "finds" will be enjoyed again and again by other people who love vintage!
Oh I agree, that you most definitely need to love what you do, because that's what makes it so special.
Love of your craft is what makes a master. Professionalism is fine for a technocrat but to be an artist you need to love it.
i love what ido, other wise i wouldnt or couldnt do it,
Both! Can you imangine you're doing something you love and you're being professional about it? That's a dream job. However, most of us live in a real world, doing things we dont like. I'd say if you really really really hate your job dont waste your time being professional about it. The next thing you know, you come out looking as if your youth has been sucked out of your body.
But, dont wait around waiting for your dream job either, where ever you are now, if things are pretty bearable, just be grown up about it and show some class and professionalism. You will only come out smelling like a rose.
If you love it, it never feels like work! Professionalism is essential even if you love it, however lack of talent can make the job miserable and heavy!
I have done things I was good at, which made me like what I did (teach languages), so I guess it's possible to do what you don't love...but what a life of quiet desperation that is!
We need passion and love for what we do, iy we donīt things dont walk.
I worked with a girl once who showed up for work, did her job as she saw suitable, and left. A degree was the extent of her training, which she found sufficient. After a year of working with her, she announced she was leaving not only the salon, but the hairstyling world. She said she had no clientelle and didn't want to live in the hole forever. Did she love what she did, no. Was it evident, yes. If you love what you do, you work at it and you succeed. A title doesn't mean much without passion.
absolutly, i was in school to become a nurse for a year and i realized that this wasn't want i wanted to do with my life i hate seeing people sick it makes me sad, i did get my phlebotomy license though, so i can take your blood.
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