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Collin Funkhouser 

 January 19, 2023

The ideal form of work feels like play, but still accomplishes something useful and valuable. Joyful for you. Helpful to others.

We’re used to the idea of work and play being not just separate things, but often polar opposites. Work is serious, play is frivolous. Work is necessary, play is more optional. Work is useful and productive, play is our less useful reward for putting in all that productive work. But while this is definitely the case sometimes, does it really have to be the case all the time?

Professional pet sitter Collin Funkhouser came on the show to discuss this very thing. Join us as we discuss what the ideal form of work looks like, and finding joy and value in your job--even when it’s one that some people don’t take seriously or understand the importance of. 

Check out Collin's Pet Sitter Confessional podcast.

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