As part of my MBA program at Bainbridge Graduate Institute I've began working with a team of classmates on a business idea. My team is focused on sharing, so sharing has been top of mind lately. Yesterday I was talking with one of these teammates, Darren Guyaz, about a commonly held assumption, the idea that you cannot get paid to do what you love.
Something I've heard before, is that work is just work while weekends and evenings are reserved for the things you love. What I don't understand is why you can't do what you love at work and on the weekends? My belief is that our greatest gifts stem from what we love and hold most closely. What if sharing those gifts is our life's work?
The more I read and write about work, I see that work can change our lives and the world. As I research sharing, I see the same possibility.
This video was a collaborative effort by Bainbridge Graduate Institute students with music by Darren Guyaz, drawings by Paul Taylor Hess, and voice-overs by Nina Carduner, Suzanne Pinckney, Darren Guyaz and myself.