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Tim Tamashiro

  • Jen602has quotedlast year
    The Ikigai map has four simple directions to follow:
    1.Do what you love
    2.Do what you’re good at
    3.Do what the world needs
    4.Do what you can be rewarded for
  • Victoria Karimovahas quoted2 years ago
    Ikigai comes in two parts. They are half Ikigai and full Ikigai. Half Ikigai focuses on you: What do you love and what are you good at?
  • Victoria Karimovahas quoted2 years ago
    the full cycle of Ikigai: seeing how doing what you love, and what you’re good at, provides for the world and flows rewards back to you. As soon as you commit to your half Ikigai, you will begin to see benefits.
  • Victoria Karimovahas quoted2 years ago
    In the morning, when your alarm clock rings and you reach over with your eyes still closed, blindly smacking at the off button, are you waking up to merely survive the day? You deserve more than that
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    to Job Craft

    Job crafting is a proactive approach to adapting your employment into meaningful work.
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    How to Job Craft
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    1.What am I good at?

    2.What do I love to do?
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    Studies show that note-taking helps learners paraphrase, conceptualize, and summarize ideas.
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    That’s what your first steps of Ikigai are all about; you are searching for a better understanding about what you love and what you’re good at.
  • R Anandhas quoted2 years ago
    My Ikigai is to delight. My most Ikigai-filled days are rooted in the opportunity to send delight out into the world and get delight back in return.
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