There is no insignificant work in the world. All labor is a chance to express personal talents to create our art and to realize the genius we are built to be. We must work like Picasso painted: with devotion, passion, energy and excellence. In this way, our productivity will not only become our source inspiration to others, but it will have impact – making a difference in the lives around us. One of the greatest secrets to a life beautifully lived is to do work that matters. And to ascend to such a state of mastery in it that people cant take their eyes off of you. – Robin Sharma

No work is insignificant, anything you do can be that one thing that gives you meaning, energy, fulfillment. Anything, be it a garbage collector or a medical doctor. The trick primarily is that it first of all is something you have a passion for, and secondly that you put your everything into it. I’m still struggling with the first point here, I am not sure if what I am doing for my work, is actually something I have such an intense passion for… anymore. I can force myself to do my work like Picasso, but it will slowly kill me. It has to be something that makes time fly by. Think about the things you love doing, and when you are doing it you lose all concept of time. THAT… is your passion. Okay, so when you know what that is, doing it like Picasso will obviously be easier.

The point is that when you do whatever it is you are doing, no matter how seemingly insignificant you will start to find a source of inspiration, motivation and influence in it. Agree?