Saturday, April 29, 2017

Throw Yourself into Your Work



You must throw yourself into your work in order to be the best at what you do. If you are not fully passionate about what you are doing, your work will be drab and lackluster. If you want your work to stand out and be a cut above everyone else in your particular field, throw yourself into your work.

When you are fully engaged in your project, no matter what it is, your passion will shine through. Dive deep into your soul and find your inner child, let that inner child be the drive behind your desire. Throw yourself into your work and watch the difference in the work you produce.

You will be known all over the world as the pioneer of a new movement to throw yourself into yourself into your work.

My grandson, Jace, has paved the way for us. Trailblazer that he is, he shows us rather than try to tell us, exactly HOW to throw yourself into your work.


Here, he shares his technique for anyone who needs help learning how to throw yourself into your work.    

Do you know anyone who throws him/her self into their work? Have you ever thrown yourself into a project you were working on?

What do you think of Jace’s innovative idea of throwing himself into his ART work?

10 comments:

Regine Karpel said...

Great.

Martin Kloess said...

Time will tell

dellgirl said...
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dellgirl said...

Thank you, Regine. I appreciate your visit and especially that you took time to comment. Wishing you a great week!

dellgirl said...

I agree with you, Martin. Time will tell, for sure. Thank you for taking time to stop by to read. Thank you also for the nice comment. I wish you a wonderful week!

Anthony Godinho said...

What a wonderful inspiration Jace is, Leona! Great way to show your passion in whatever you do, by immersing yourself into it. There is much we can learn from kids. May his passion continue to grow with him!

Lin Floyd said...

ah the enthusiasm of youth should inspsire us...lol!

dellgirl said...

You're right AJ, he is such an inspiration ... in more ways than one. I was amazed the first time I realized how much I was learning from one so young. Thank you for the nice comment.

dellgirl said...

Oh yes Lin. He has plenty of enthusiasm, so much that it is contagious. That's a good thing. I'm glad to see your smiling face, thank you for taking time to leave the nice comment.

Kay said...

Jace looks like he throws himself happily into all of life's projects. So, so adorable!