top of page
  • Writer's pictureMarty Jalove

Toils, Loyals, and Spoils: Finding Happiness in the Journey

When we think about our jobs or businesses, the focus is often on the end goal - the profit or result that we will gain. But what about the journey to get there? It's easy to forget that the process of achieving something can be just as important as the end result. That's where the concept of "toils, loyals, and spoils" comes in. Value all of the hard work we put in, be thankful for loyal customers, and let’s find fulfillment in the journey. This will lead to a happier and more rewarding career.


Toils, Loyals, Spoils

Toils: The first step to enjoying the journey is to embrace the toils. Hard work, stress, and frustration may not seem enjoyable, but without them, we wouldn't truly appreciate the spoils. Instead of solely focusing on the outcome, try to find joy in the process of problem-solving, creating something from scratch, or pushing yourself to achieve more. By learning to love the toils, you may find that the outcome becomes less important.


Loyals: Next, let's talk about loyal customers or clients. When we have individuals or companies that consistently support us, it's easy to feel grateful and motivated to work harder. Take the time to develop relationships with these individuals and show them that you appreciate their business. By focusing on building loyal customers, you may find that your work becomes less about the numbers and more about the people you are serving.


Spoils: Finally, let's not forget about the spoils of our labor - the money, recognition, or success that we achieve. While these things are important, they shouldn't be the sole focus. Often, true fulfillment comes from making a difference in someone's life, creating something meaningful, or feeling proud of what we've accomplished. By finding value in these things, money or success can become a pleasant side effect, rather than the end goal.


To enjoy the journey of our careers, we must learn to appreciate the toils, be thankful for loyal customers, and find fulfillment in the journey. This way of thinking can lead to a happier and more enjoyable career and may even result in greater success in the long run.


In the end, it's important to remember that our careers are not just about the end goal, but the journey we take to get there. By valuing the hard work, we put in, being thankful for loyal customers, and finding fulfillment in the journey, we may find that our careers become more enjoyable and meaningful. So, let's all learn to embrace the toils, nurture our relationships with loyal customers, and find joy in the journey. Who knows, we might just find ourselves achieving more success than we ever thought possible.


This way of thinking can lead to a happier and more enjoyable career

Marty Jalove of Master Happiness is a Corporate Coach, Business Consultant, and Marketing Strategist that helps small businesses, teams, and individuals find focus, feel fulfilled, and have fun. Master Happiness stresses the importance of realistic goal setting, empowerment, and accountability in order to encourage employee engagement and retention. The winning concentration is simple: Happy Employees attract Happy Customers and Happy Customers come back with Friends.


Want to learn more about the Toils, Loyals, and Spoils: Finding Happiness in the Journey? Contact Master Happiness at www.MasterHappiness.com or www.WhatsYourBacon.com


Commentaires


bottom of page