Research shows that even when you're engaged in an activity you love, the same chemicals are present in your brain - plus anandamide, which brings you feelings of joy and wonder ❤
Who doesn't want that?
If you are doing work you love, that very work can be a source of energy and resilience.
ADPRI data on engagement shows that people who find love, strength, joy and excitement in what they do each day are far more likely to be:
>Stay at their current work longer than others
>Sustain themselves in the face of life's challenges
Research by neurobiologists suggests that these 'love chemicals help you:
❤ Widen your perspective on yourself
❤ Liberate your mind to accept new thoughts and feelings
❤ Register others' emotions more intensely
❤ Remember details more vividly
❤ Perform cognitive tasks faster and better
❤ Become more optimistic
❤ Be more loyal and forgiving
❤ Become open to new information and experiences
So, what's love got to do with it? Everything!
Finding work you love, or developing love for your current work, will amplify your performance and light your fire 🔥 .
Instead of looking for love in all the wrong places, find your right work, at the right time, for you.
What are you waiting for?
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