Emotional work gets divine intervention
Emotion is a feeling bit different. Its divine! Divine at par with other psychological states. Any work done with an emotional involvement no longer remains within the boundaries of work. Rather, this gets charged with something supernatural, something special which ensures a smooth, spectacular and outstanding performance. Every bit of work gets loaded with a strange positive vibe which travels the universe, ultimately magnifying the source several folds.
Things are easy to achieve; the only pre-requisite is that the effort should have an emotional tinge. Duties should be performed as a passion, not as an obligation. One can set examples with little efforts. Sometimes, the achievements are so spectacular that the person himself feels impossible to believe the way things evolved. US President Barack Obama in his first interview after winning the presidential elections admitted that he suffers from something called imposters syndrome. He implied that his journey from a below ordinary person to the most powerful in the world is so un-believable that he himself doubts that actually he has done it or someone else? This someone else is none other that the almighty which gets the person deliver more than his realized potential by making the emotions outpour through his work.
In a salary driven work force, it remains really a challenge for industrial psychologist to get the team emotional about their work and improve work quality. Corporate bosses try all sorts of techniques like sweat equity, participative decision making, group tourism etc. to make the workforce emotionally bonded. However, things seldom work up to the desired level.
This is the emotional involvement which differentiates an ordinary worker from an entrepreneur. The latter is passionately involved in his assignment so as to put his extreme soul in the work which gets ultimately reflected in the outcome. Be it Picasso or Leonardo,
Tagore or Wordsworth, Shakespeare or Khuswant, their creations outpour emotions much more than just a mere hard work.