According to poet W. H. Auden,

You need not see what someone is doing 

to know if it is his vocation,

you have only to watch his eye;

a cook mixing a sauce, a surgeon

making a primary incision,

a clerk completing a bill of lading,

wear the same rapt expression, forgetting

themselves in a function.

How beautiful it is,

that eye-on-the-object look.

I don’t know what you do each day, but I hope that you are able to wear that same rapt expression.

I hope that you can find something to do that you get completely lost in.

Find it.

Develop it.

And if you’re a leader, assist your people to find it, too.