When Your Work is Your Passion

Creativity, acknowledgment, and reward.

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Work should sustain you and reward you, should make you rise up and be your best rather than frustrate you to do the bare minimum to meet requirements. Work should coincide with passion. For me, work continued to be tolerable and stress-free, but never fulfilled me until my most recent job as a technical writer. Finally, I felt like all the…

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An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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Aimee Sparrow

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An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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