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Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

It’s not always easy to remain motivated at work, even when you are doing something you love. When you are doing a job you don’t like, it is even harder to get yourself through every day at work. We all have a dream job that we would love to do but very few of us actually get there. For most of us, it is better to learn to love whatever we do.

Finding your dream job may seem like an impossibility. It may feel far away or even unknown. As a motivational speaker, my advice is to follow what makes you happy. It’s cliche, but it’s honestly the best way to determine what you should do. If something in your life is making you unhappy, then that something needs to change. This is often as simple as your perspective.

Choosing a career can be difficult and from the beginning you should try aim for something you will enjoy and love. For instance, if you like helping the sick, the medical profession might be for you. If you like guiding children, the teaching profession might be for you.

We all have to make a living and it is not always possible to land that dream job. Sometimes you will have to do jobs that don’t appeal to you just to make it. Don’t become despondent if that happens to you. The best way to find this ideal is to keep a good attitude and believe it will happen.

Never give up on your dreams. Persevere and learn to love whatever you do and eventually you will reach your dreams.

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