The Best Do What You Love - September 2020
Based on the analysis of 2,002 reviews.
Top Do What You Love Brands
Life is Good
Everything started with creators Bert and John Jacobs, and their belief that focusing on what's right with the planet, what's wrong with all the world might be a strong and positive vehicle for the change.
Life is Good is committed to helping children in need and spreading the ability of optimism, and we do that by contributing 10 or more % of their annual net profits to the Life is Good Kids Foundation, raising over $11 million to date.
The Foundation directly funds The Playmakers, a licensed 501(c)(3). The Playmakers train frontline professionals such as educators, social workers, and child life specialists who devote their lives to assisting children in communities which are affected every day from the trauma of violence, poverty, and illness. They utilize the power of drama to construct recovery, life-changing relationships with the kids in their care.
K. Elizabeth is an author, an entrepreneur, a wife, and a mother of two. In her spare time she likes reading, learning new skills, and traveling to new places along with her loved ones, but among her main passions is writing. It’s passion which has followed her away from her childhood years of scribbling fictional stories in sparkle laptops to her adult years of crafting posts, memoirs, and books that she hopes will have an impact on people around her. In 2016 she made the decision to take her respect and enthusiasm for writing to the next level by publishing her first publication on Kindle. Through her interest in helping others achieve personal happiness, manage finances, juggle careers, find motivation, and also discover individual achievement, K. Elizabeth continually displays her ardent devotion to helping others despite her writing. She’s printed books on adopting powerful mindsets, discovering inspirational outlets, making career changes, and living happier lifestyles while investing less in the Procedure See all K. Elizabeth products
"Common Sense Plans That Help You Get Paid to Do Work You Love"
Life and work do Not Need to be separate.
Henri does not claim to create millions. He doesn't hype up things. He creates a living and he has done because 2009. His company has enabled him to travel investigate his interests, and to invest more time with his family and friends.
What separates Henri's books from different publishers is his willingness to talk about, from his heart, everything works and what doesn't. He breaks it all down into simple steps without leaving you confused and overwhelmed.
When Henri is not operating on his company, he enjoys to fumble around on the guitar, then improve his cartooning skills, and hang out with his son, Vincent. See all Henri Junttila products
Dan Miller is the author to the Work You Love workbook book, and music application. He has guided people through the misery of change to the exhilaration of work that was meaningful and time and financial freedom. Dan has appeared on CBS's The Early Show and MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews. He lives the life that he explains, mixing work and play with his wife in their sanctuary near Franklin, Tennessee. See all Dan Miller products