17 thoughts on “Why do you do what you do?

  1. izza ifzaal says:

    I love writings and writer is sth i want to become!!

  2. satzie says:

    🙂 Beautiful picture. Haven’t come across these words of Steve Jobs so far. I like it.

    Steve Jobs is a man who is driven by the passion he had for creation and inventions. The future pulls him. I think he is a man of pull, going after attractions.

    Push or Pull, both means that we are trying to move something thats been stuck. The flow had been impaired. When we push or pull, the output we receive is accomplished at the cost of damage to the system/body/mind.

    In situations that are important and demands the need, i would be picking push or pull according to the situation.

    In most of the other cases, i would opt for the natural flow which i call it as ‘flow-ering’ or ‘the river flows in you.’ As a person who designs, I think it is essential for me to stick with the flowering attitude.

  3. And doesn’t the time fly Otrazhenie, no clock watching in my work 😀

  4. Erika Kind says:

    When we are doing what we love it is never an effort… it is life inhancing.

  5. Melise says:

    Exactly what I needed to hear or see rather. 🙂 I was just chatting with someone, concerning this very subject, right before I logged online.

  6. Melise says:

    Reblogged this on THE BEAUTY OF THE SOUL and commented:
    This post hit me directly between the eyes. Bullseye!

  7. Lucid says:

    So very true!

  8. mytiturk says:

    Exciting: Doing healing music at the local hospital
    Slogging: Working to unseat our neoliberal Harper majority government on October 19
    Peace, Otrazheni 🙂

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