Archives For 48 Days to the Work You Love

One misconception that many people have, including college students, is the “necessity” of joining a nonprofit in order to change the world.


Image courtesy of Jon Ralls. Used by permission.

Common ideas from people who think like this include:

  • “For-profit companies don’t care about people as individuals.”
  • “Making money in business is inherently evil. I want no part of that.”
  • “Everyone else asks for donations to support their cause, so I should, too.”

This type of thinking shows a false dichotomy—an untrue split of ideas. Continue Reading…

“When we are not true to ourselves, to our unique God-given characteristics, we lose the power of authenticity, creativity, imagination, and innovation. Our life becomes performance-based, setting the stage for compromise in all other areas of our lives.”

Quote from Dan Miller, 48 Days to the Work You Love, p. 18

In Financial Peace University, Dave Ramsey says that your income is your most powerful wealth-building tool.

But you can’t build wealth if your income isn’t what it needs to be if it’s not supporting the needs of your family!


New Job Letter – “day 48” by flickr user: mtjmail | cc by 2.0

There are three books that will help you tremendously on the road to a new job. And they’re not your typical career books, either. Continue Reading…