Do you LOVE what you do? Then I need YOU! (Part 2)

A little over a week ago I asked if any of you love what you do, and if so, would you be interested in being interviewed. Well, several people responded, and I’m preparing a list of interview questions I can send via e-mail. However, I’ve been busy with some other things, and am trying to beat a cold while I’m at it, so I haven’t gotten to complete the questions yet.

If you’re still interested in sharing about how you love what you do, you’re more than welcome to share your stories directly at Should I Do What I Love?, which is where I planned to place the interviews, anyway. To do so, you can sign up and create a new page, with your name and occupation. (Don’t worry about any formatting errors or whatnot– I’m a moderator there, and I can change and edit as needed.) Here’s the link:

Should I Do What I Love?: Creative Advice for Career Types

Not sure where to begin? The “Add a new page” option is on the left-hand side, directly below the navigation menu, and above the sections titled: “Browse by keywords” and “Site reports & RSS feeds.” Here are a few links where you can update with your stories, or you can create a new page on the main page, as listed above.

How I Made the Switch to a Creative Career

Real-Life Advice

I’ll still be interested in using interview questions to conduct interviews, but it can be inspiring to the visitors of the site to see others who’ve made the switch to a creative career! It doesn’t cost anything to register and share your story– and who knows? It may afford you some contacts and networking opportunities! If you have any problems with the site, let me know and I’ll work with you!

Have a super weekend, and I hope to see you at “Should I Do What I Love?“!!

Here’s my original post:

I’m looking to interview people who are doing what they love… or who have the desire to or intention of doing so in the future!

In conjunction with Should I Do What I Love?: Creative Advice for Career Types (based on the book by Katy McColl, Senior Editor/Writer for JANE magazine) we’re looking for people who have chosen to pursue careers they truly love.

Please contact me if you wouldn’t mind being interviewed for this project! You can also leave a comment here and I’ll contact you.

Thanks!

~Julia

temlynwriting @ gmail.com (remove spaces)

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8 comments on “Do you LOVE what you do? Then I need YOU! (Part 2)
  1. I’m working on getting to the point where I love what I do….right now writing is still part time (well, full time, but I cram it into part time hours!), but in July I’ll be a full time writer! (Then I’ll get back to you!)

  2. I signed up – looking forward to my questions !

  3. kdnxdr says:

    Hello,

    I enjoyed reading your blog. You have so much exciting, interesting articles. I did go and post on your survey Why I Love What I Do. The title of my post is: What I Was Born To Do. Thanks for the opportunity to write!

    kid

  4. Renee' says:

    Julia,

    I truly enjoyed reading your blog and have bookmarked it to come back when I have more time. I get the feeling this one could chew up some real time if I let it…and I will 🙂

    How appropriate for teachers to be allowed free entrance into Freedom Writers! I love that.

    Thanks for the tip on the blogger list and I will be checking out your interview questions.

    Renee’
    http://reneebarnes.bravejournal.com/

  5. Isabel says:

    I think I have a love-hate relationship with writing 🙂 I think it’s mostly love, though!

  6. Jennifer says:

    This is something I am working towards this year. I really want to put in the hard work to achieve it. It’s both comforting and inspiring to know that there are others out there who can work doing something they love. The attitude around me is that you can’t… But I hope to prove them wrong. 😉

  7. asorum says:

    I love what I do, but feel the need to push the envelope. I just took a new job that builds on my existing experience and hopefully forces me to grow. It is really important to enjoy your work and have goals to work towards…

  8. Julia says:

    Thanks everyone! I will be contacting you shortly!

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