Audience: “You said money follows joy and it just occurred to me that if you are joyful does it matter what you are doing?” Simone Milasas: No! I never had a point of view about what I did. When I first came along to the job where I was the national sales manager in Australia, I had just got back from travelling for three years. Everyone was telling me that I need to settle down and I was like “ahhh”. I went and saw the manager because it was a friend of a friend’s friend sort of thing. He had all of these jobs available – there was a sales job, the showroom manager, the retail shop and something in the warehouse and I said “can I have the job in the warehouse?” and he went, “but it’s just packing orders” and I went “yeah, can I have that job?” and he said “but it’s the least amount if money” and I went “yeah, I know, can I have the job in the warehouse, I just want to pack orders?” and he was like “but Simone, you are way over qualified for that” and I went “I don’t care, I just want to pack orders, I don’t want to do sales, I don’t want to be in the showroom. I just want to pack the orders and that’s fine”. So I ended up doing that and of course, me being me, I was like “we could do this and we could add this and we could do this and we could move this around”. And I ended up taking care of all of the State reps and stuff like that and never went to the showroom because it never matched the energy. It felt too small for me doing that and then I created my own job over here that expanded the company, which is exactly what I did with Access Consciousness® as well. So what if you follow the energy of what would create the greatest possibilities, rather than make a judgment about what job you ‘should’ be doing according to your skills or the amount of money you ‘should’ be earning? And what if you were willing to create your own job? Would that create the joy of business for you? I would do anything as long it was joyful for me at that time. And I would also quit when it wasn’t joyful. What if it’s not a wrongness to have 50 million jobs? What if you could just choose again?