Getting A Job You Love

Couple of days back I was chatting with one of my friends over tea and he said he would rather have 5 days a week job than 6 days a week because it will give him time to do the things he really wanted to do and make some money out of it.

It is really awesome to think like this and he is very productive, and many of us who are really hard working and want to do something great, think exactly like this.

Well, wouldn’t it be awesome if he would search for a job where he really likes the work not just for money but also for the nature of the work, so that the it doesn’t feel like working.

jobGetting a job which fulfill not only financially but also spiritually, where we connect with the vision of the company is much more important. It’s very simple, if we love our work we will not feel like working instead we would like to work even more since we would be enjoying it.
I remember my time during training in TCS, we use to work 7 days a week from 9 AM till 9 PM, and if given a chance I would love to do that again. I was really enjoying that time.
I have a friend of mine who likes to code, he code in office , at his home everywhere. He is passionate about coding.
With that said, What are you passionate about?
If you are not passionate about anything, better find something otherwise you will be leading an unconscious life, doing the things which you don’t even know why you are doing it in the first place, and if you have something you are passionate about do something about it. Look around, all the things which are built around you is a fantastic work of some crazy passionate people, who started just like us.
I believe we all can find a job that we strive for and love.
Thank you,


Published by Faisal

I am Faisal , a software developer @ Oracle, Hyderabad. Trying again my hands on blogging after several failures. Apart from blogging, I like cycling, running, and clicking pictures(who doesn't), I like to be productive in general.

2 thoughts on “Getting A Job You Love

  1. You will need to appreciate the work-life balance. IT tends to burn-out people due to this. The antidote is taking the time to do other things besides working all the time. Go on hikes, go swimming, ride a bike, play on a ham radio, etc. Your love of technology can turn into a prison sentence if you are not careful with your work-life balance.

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  2. Yes you are absolutely correct…
    But how about if there is a guy in this field (IT field) and his family is totally dependent on that guy, and the situation of the family is something like he can’t think of the time to spend on himself, just because he need more money to groom his family and, to groom his family he needs money, and for money it’s DAMN important to learn new things (Or to become good at, what he has) to get a good hike/appraisal… and to learn new things or to groom himself, it asks for his time and hence there is only option for him put your head down and start working/learning.
    So the conclusion in my opinion comes out to a point that, it’s all about the “SITUATION”.
    Situation means how much support do you have with respect to money/time, If you/he are/is going to join a gym or lets say if you/he want/s to join the swimming class, which is very good for you/person, and there is another scenario which is, if you/he are/is not going to join the gym or if you/he are/is not going to join the swimming class, then you/he can spend that time to earn money or groom yourself/himself, in the field, you/he are/is good at.


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