Hey, Hard Worker?
My name is Jullien Gordon.
I am a recovering workaholic.
Like me, you allowed work to become the center of your life as opposed to your true values like family, faith, and fun. Instead of who you are defining what you do, what do defines who you are. You’re alway so serious and busy. You forgot what it’s like to be childlike. Without work you would be lost.
I never stopped to define success for myself.
You were told be good, get good grades, go to a good school, and get a good job. And you did exactly what you were told without asking why. Money became the only metric, while meaning fell by the wayside. As a result, you ended up living a life you didn’t intend to—perhaps your parents’ dream for you.
I was seeking my Life’s Work, not just work-life balance.
Life miraculously connected you and I because you’re searching for more purpose, passion, happiness, and ways to make a living. I can assure you that you’re in the right place and I can help you find your Life’s Work and design a life with less stress, more success, and more happy hours daily. You are not alone and you don’t have to try to do it all on your own anymore. Follow me—but follow to lead.
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Their success is my success.
I measure my success by how many people I make successful. Like any great coach or leader, I dedicate my life to creating experiences that allow them to see themselves and what’s possible for their lives in a brand new way. I have a folder in my email account called “Affirmations” where I collect these stories. These stories remind me of why I do what I do. Below are a few of the most recent and memorable transformations I’ve helped create through my presence in their lives.
“Every day, my family takes an affirmation walk. I believe that when you change your day, you change your life. Our daily choices matter more than our big choices.” – Jullien
What’s More Happy Hours?
I’ve redefined what a happy hour means. A happy hour isn’t a time at a bar that you go to after work. A happy hour can take place wherever you are—at work, at home, in the morning, on weekends, during a meal, or during a walk. It’s a way of looking at life that depends on your perception and presence in the moment.
Work Hard. Play Hard.
Many of us work hard to eventually play hard. We think “I’ll be happy when…” Why wait that long? Rather than thinking, I’ll be happy when work is done at 5pm…when I graduate…when I make more money…when I retire…when, when, when, there is a faster path to happiness when we focus on more happy hours rather assuming more money or time is the answer.
Live Your Values.
Unhappiness is the gap between who we are and who we want to be. We assume that changing our outside world will change how happy we feel inside, when it’s the exact opposite. Living our values on a daily basis has a greater impact on our happiness than occasionally buying valuable things.
Happiness Is Here & Now.
We spend so much time future-tripping, we’re rarely here—in the present moment. We’re always rushing to get somewhere in the future, when happiness is right here and now. You don’t have to change jobs, change majors, change partners, or change where you live to be happier. You just have to be where you are.