In her finding work talk, Liz Brown explores how to achieve flow and discover a job and career you love at any age. The speaker believes the majority of people go about making the choice of what to do with the rest of their lives wrong. She believes the simple solution to deciding on work you'll love for the rest of your career is to do what you enjoy being good at. While this requires a degree of self-awareness many don't have, doing what comes naturally and that you like is the key.
The finding work talk states it is imperative that you know what you're good at in order to be happy long-term in a career. This is especially the case for millennials who are chasing happiness and personal fulfillment.
The finding work talk also includes three ways to figure out what that skill is. First, think about what you do in your spare time that other people value. You can also ask your friends. Or if the other two fail, look at it day by day to figure out what part felt the easiest. It's also about focusing on the skill, rather than just what you like doing.
Liz Brown Keynotes
The Liz Brown talk on pursuing fulfilling work draws much on her professional experience leaving law...
Liz Brown's Finding Work Talk on Achieving Flow in the Workplace