Love What You Do: 4 Things That Will Make You Happier at Work | TIME
Eric Barker stashed this in Diabolical Plans For World Domination
It helps to be reminded.
Don’t pick the tasks that are quick or easy. Offer to do all the things you’re good at.
The research is conclusive: doing what you’re good at is the key to happiness:
Americans also gain a boost in positive emotions the more they use their strengths. The more hours per day adults believe they use their strengths, the more likely they are to report having ample energy, feeling well-rested, being happy, smiling or laughing a lot, learning something interesting, and being treated with respect.