Are You Enthusiastic About Work?

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Today’s question, ‘Are you enthusiastic about work?’, may sound a bit strange.  We are typically excited about vacation but not about work.  Many people dread their daily occupation.  They find the work tedious, but for some, getting food on the table is the priority.  But for those who are able plus motivated, it just may be time to seek new work or begin an entrepreneurial adventure of a lifetime.

Imagination is everything, so imagine what work might be like if you were to study for a higher-level position or begin your own business.  Just thinking about it, you may feel a surge of enthusiasm.  Should this be the case, no doubt, you may be charting out a new course of action tonight!

My Story

It is no secret that negative commentary can get us down.  I eventually concluded that the not-so-nice remarks arise because others feel they compete with us.  They either don’t want us to leave their corner of the world or admit our ideas will put us seemingly ahead.  I learned to embrace the negativity as it signifies that I am onto something that holds potential.

I believe that boredom is to be eliminated for those motivated to achieve more.  It is better to strive for one or more levels over our heads so that we may advance.  Just thinking about the idea can bring a smile and have us feel more enthusiastic about work.

Accordingly, we begin creating new goals, planning projects, and creating the right program for us. The follow-on is an increase in energy and seeing ourselves as enthusiastic about work.

But working alone can be difficult as entrepreneurship is a long journey forward.  There are times when quitting may enter our minds.  Of course, we are all aware that we will be back to square one, facing a mediocre job at best if we stop.  The better answer is to find peers who have the same desire and determination to build something special. Another possibility for maintaining momentum is contributing to a community that dedicates itself to a cause in which we believe.

Again, there is a need to select our community with care.  The people, events, and messaging are to align with what we believe as individuals.  Once we verify everything is in order, the momentum will pick up, assuming that we are carefully connecting with those with similar interests.  One side benefit is that our social connections can increase by sharing the individuals’ insights alongside the organization.

One community I find impressive is that of Vengreso; they are a premiere trainer for how to sell well on the LinkedIn platform.  Upon taking their training, I was duly impressed and made their suggested tweaks for my profile. New connections picked up at a solid rate as did partnering opportunities. Reciprocity is everything in the business environment.  Upon seeing my praise, Vengreso asked to interview me to ask my insights about selling.  I was happily surprised by the video they created on my behalf – enjoy!

As we move toward a happier outlook, ideas for new projects and collaborative efforts come about.  The turning point arrives to answer, Yes, we are enthusiastic about work!


Elinor Stutz
Elinor Stutz
Elinor Stutz broke through barriers long before doing so was popular. Against all odds she defied the theme, “women can’t sell” to become the top producer at every company she ever worked all the while ignoring attempts to get her to quit. Faced with an irreparably broken neck, Stutz paid attention to two visions as they appeared before her while on the stretcher. In the moment, she negotiated a full recovery with the promise to be of service to communities at large. As the CEO of Smooth Sale, Stutz adapted the motto, “Believe, Become, Empower.” Stutz is a motivational/inspirational speaker, author, and sales trainer. Stutz’ first book, Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building that Gets Results is an International Best-Seller. Her second book, HIRED! has helped many secure their desired jobs. The Wish: A 360… mentors readers on how to build influence. 2019 Global Business Insights Award. Marketing-Communication 2019 Top Salesperson Listing. The Smooth Sale blog is rated as a Top Sales Blog. Kred declared Elinor to be A Top 1% Influencer. @RiseBoarders ranks Stutz as a Top Sales Guru. Tenfold lists “Top 65 women Business Influencers”. CEO Magazine Declares “One of the brightest sales minds to follow on Twitter”.

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