How to find work you love
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Learn how to uncover the particular work that you were meant to do.


“Do you ever wake up in the morning and ask yourself: “Am I in the right job?” “At the right company?” “On the right career path?” “Doing what I am supposed to be doing with my life?” If so, you are not alone,” writes Louis Efron, Forbes Magazine contributor.

Numerous studies have shown that people dislike their jobs … Deloitte’s Shift Index survey indicates that 80% of workers don’t like their jobs and Arizona based “purpose” firm, Ignite, reports that more than 95% of workers in the U.S. are in the wrong roles. So why aren’t we in jobs we love?

In this class we will explore through narrative and exercises:

  • What does a meaningful job - one that does more than pays the bills - really look like?
  • How important is it to have a job that supports your personal values, uses your talent, and feels like what you were born to do?
  • Why your dream job may not be as satisfying as you make it out to be.
  • Whether to pursue a job for money, to build a resume, or for purpose.
  • What you were passionately curious about as a child that you wish you could still do?

 "Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart." - Rumi


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The class will be led by Orin Davis, Ph.D., the first person to earn a Doctorate in Positive Psychology. He runs The Quality of Life Lab where investigations focus on what enables people to do and be their best (self-actualization) –  in terms of their best experiences (flow), their best performances (creativity), the development of their best selves (mentoring), and the state in which their best is most accessible (hypnosis).

Dr. Davis an Adjunct Professor in the department of Psychology at City University of New York, Baruch College, and a Lecturer at UMass Boston.  He will ask us ‘what is the work that we can’t not do’?

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