Centuries ago, we wore uniforms and worked in factories. We clocked in, clocked out, and did what we were told. Our work fed our families, but not our souls.
Not today. You don’t work in a factory, and heck, sometimes you don’t even go to the office. You decide what to work on, when to work, and how. You spend more of your life at work than ever before, form closer bonds with those you work with, and it’s no longer rare for work to be a place you want to be.
Yet we still talk about work as a necessary evil. It’s time we stopped. We work because we love it.