“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ~ (not) Confucius
Right Livelihood is fundamental to our daily lives. It’s about finding our path—a path that gives us joy, that gives others joy or helpfulness, that pays our bills.
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis presents: How to find your path & be of service:
Elephant’s Summer Apprenticeship in Social Media, Modern Media, Journalism Ethics, Writing, & Editing: June 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017 (Application deadline is May 25, 2017).
Find your joy. Write your heart out. Apply to join Elephant Academy’s next session: elephantjournal.com/academy (You can be anywhere).
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“Ideas & inspirations are lost when we’re burnt out.” ~ Waylon Lewis <> 10 Basic Salves for Burn-out & Everyday Depression.
The Buddhist Recipe for success is also way more fun, personal, meaningful, and not a job—and it actually works, better, because your heart and intelligence are in your every action: Chogyam Trungpa: the Buddhist Recipe for Success.
“And I will love some of you with some of me, and then all of you with all of me, if you let me and if I let you, as we get to know. And I hope we each have the honor, and the pleasure to feel sad, and joy, and lust together.” ~ Waylon Lewis, Things I Would Like to Do with You. Get the book! elephantjournal.com/books (Valentine’s special: buy two, get the second for only $10 more)
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