I work from home on a daily basis. My work entails waking up and going over to my laptop, flipping it open and hammering away at the keyboard, creating pieces, connecting with the community I serve, and making money from the services I render.
However, there are some days when I wake up, deciding never to do some other thing, but to focus and crunch away, and then sometimes happens to take my focus away, leaving me with doing the motions that are sweet, but not completely significant to the work of the day.
Focusing and churning out stuff that serves humanity is where the creativity comes to the fore. Creative work is hard. It’s difficult and not always easy-going.
The other type is when we just do the motions. It is also work, anyway, albeit one that is just what it is – a potpourri of motions.
Both of them are peas of the same pod. They exist to make life what it is. Doing the motions at the office is what makes our boss feel we are important and needed when he raises his head from his desk to look into the open office. [shareable]The creative work is what puts the results out there and hauls in the monetary rewards. [/shareable]
When I worked as an engineer, I had a boss who I had seen as so strict with his discipline when it comes to work. Everytime I raised my head to look at him, he seemed fixated on his. The day he invited me over to his work desk to look at a few explanations, that balloon was blown. On his system, he had many tabs open and had a knack for moving from creative work to seeing news, sports, gossip and others – creative work versus the motions.
Knowing how to combine both everyday is where the discipline comes in. No one will do that for you. You just have to decided in what portions you can swallow them.
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