>do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life!There’s nothing I enjoy so much that I can do it for more than 3 hours a day without losing my mind. Wat do
>>28580944Do what you love for work is shitty advice. Turing something you enjoy into an obligation is a bad idea usually. If you need motivation to do work then you need some kind of value system first. What kind of values? Doing work gives you money to pursue other things you enjoy. Doing work allows you to develop your skills or career so someday you might have to do less or no work. Doing work because what you do is meaningful to you and enriches the world in some way. If you somehow manage to do all three of these things work ceases to be work becomes routine and even enjoyable.
>>28580944That's a dumb take. Never work and you'll never work a day in your life.Embrace loserness and neetdom.
>>28580988I don’t think my parents would let me
>>28580988This is cope from 30-year olds that wated their 20s on benefits and now are stuck in some basement with no real way of changing.>>28580944Do some physical work that doesnt necessarily require motivation, such as group work (others keep you engaged) or pure physical work (repeated tasks). Examples of group work are pizza places, McD, etc. where you don't need talent such as if you were a server. Physical work with small barrier of entrance could be driving packages or yardwork, like the people hired by the county to cut grass, trim bushes idk. Those types of work only require a low level of commitment until they become muscle memory and you mentally plan your everyday life with those in mind. That way it's a task, not a chore.
Adjust your attitudeMake it>do what you can tolerate the environment of for a potential lifetimeFor me, its being in a cab by myself running machines.My mind just wanders
>>28581087unironically this. dont go after the oney too much. t. tried medical school but it sucked ( it stresses the hell out of you plus no free time)
My brother told me you never do what you love because it becomes your job. You do what you're good at and you learn to love it. After working in my field for 5 years, I agree with this.