Reduce Your Workload

Reduce your workload by 30% and increase your fun load by 30% and you will increase your revenues by 100%. And you will increase your productivity by 10,000%. (If there could be such a percentage.) More fun, less struggle — more results on all fronts.

— Abraham
Excerpted from the workshop in Salt Lake City, UT on Saturday, September 9th, 2000 # 235
Our Love,
Jerry and Esther

Abraham Hicks
October 23, 2011

Sort of like the Tim Ferris book The Four Hour Work Week.  Everyone is on this kick now.  This has been a mantra of mine for a long while though:
Work smarter, not harder.

I think what Abraham means when he says:
Reduce your workload, he REALLY means find what you love and make that your career.  If you can discover what you love, discover the gift that God/Source bestowed on you when you incarnated and find a way to create a living doing that, you’ll never work a day in your life.  In other words:
Find what you love to do, do that and you’ll never work a day in your life.

Is it more important for you to make more money and a financial success?
Or is it more important to live a happy life?

If someone were to walk up to you today and offer you one of two options:
1.  Work work work!, Carry two jobs for a year and half and at the end of that time period you’ll wind up wealthy beyond all measure.

Or
2. Have one job that you absolutely adore and wouldn’t trade for the world.  You’ll ALWAYS be comfortable, never have to worry about going hungry, never have to be concerned with losing your home.  But won’t have an abundance of money.  You’ll never fear losing any ground.

You have time to make solid friendships and those friends will will be your friend the rest of your life.

Which scenario would you choose?

Work smarter.  Not Harder!

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive
Blessings to you.

Chris

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2 responses to “Reduce Your Workload

  1. I love this concept! Work smarter, not harder . . .
    I am so blessed to be able to devote all my work energies into writing. It isn’t always easy; there are challenges daily, but I wouldn’t trade what I do for the world!

    Great post, Chris!

    God bless you!

  2. Hi Martha:
    Looks like we’re both blessed to have found our gifts. Good for you that you’re able to use your time to do what you love.

    Chris

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