More and more I see that finding great work to do is more about my choices and my clarity of direction than anything else. Its about making the right choices and the right connections. Its about spending time on profitable and accessable interests rather than trying to convert near sayers (which we can do, but do we really?). Last night I watched two films. One was about William Morris, probably the best glass blower in the world (www.wmorris.com) who retired at 49 yrs old to extend himself further in life - thats a choice! when you are at the top.
The second was on the director Lasse Hallestrom (Cider House Rules) who not only is a world class 'great' but is very focused on what he does and why. His choices make him who he is, just as they do for William Morris. Both focus on being themselves, making true choices and comitting.
This video from www.boxofcrayonsmovies.com is worth a watch - choice, focus, comittment - its all there and the result -GREAT Work!