Repost: Busyness 2 (June 2011)

This is the follow up to the first article about busyness. This one focuses more however, on never becoming comfortable. So, never, ever become comfortable. Happy Friday! – Far From Idle

So, per last weeks post many of you realize that I have a new job. To keep it short, I will just say I am in Healthcare Administration. Surprisingly enough, I thoroughly enjoy it. I have worked here for almost two weeks and I have yet to feel like I have worked. Don’t get this incorrect, but I have worked and working hard it just doesn’t feel like it. I love feeling this way because I have never felt this way about any place. EVER.

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I thought this was a cool picture. As well as relevant to my post.

My fear with all this fun I am having is that I will become comfortable. In order to keep myself from becoming this way, I am continuing to work on my other passions and ventures as well as this. I do a little of everything in my position and it floats my boat because a majority of my work is entrepreneurial. (If you know me, you know this is right up my alley.)

I’m finally busy doing something I actually don’t mind being busy with. I always have to make sure that I keep work at work though. I refuse to become a slave to a job and push-off my other passions.

I have to say that I am very blessed to have this opportunity because of everything that I get to do in this position being fresh out of undergrad.

So far, so good. I’ve had one rough day so far (it was a Wednesday too. Go figure) and even the rough day wasn’t that rough.

My biggest goal with this position is to learn everything I can learn about business and healthcare and maybe produce eventual businesses and innovations within this area.

Besides, I’m pretty sure healthcare isn’t going anywhere. Sure big changes will happen, but I doubt that anything will stop.

Here’s hoping there’s no room for squares, because I’m definitely an octagon.

Far From Idle

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