Author: Byron Pulsifer, ©2016
Here we go again. It is another day; the same old tired routine.
What is it about each day that seems to start with a lack of enthusiasm
only to continue with the same old?
For thousands upon thousands of people, all over the world, the mornings in a
work week never
seem to change for the better. Each morning, as one is jolted awake
by that annoying alarm clock, too many people dread the thought of
doing what they have little incentive to do. What these people dread is
going through the motions that simply lead them to spend another day
at a job that they basically loath.
Ask yourself, do you look forward to the day, or would you rather
be doing something else?
I have had the opportunity,
over the past four decades, to be involved in a variety of challenging
work environments. Some of my acquaintances have suggested that since
I have had so many different career changes that I am undependable by
being unable to stick to one job for very long bouncing from one job to the.
On the other hand, there are also those people who state unequivocally
that they envy my career style wishing they could change their job.
So, is one view more accurate than another? Well, your answer to that question depends on a number of factors.
Let me recount a conversation I had recently with a lady who demonstrates what I am talking about.. . . . . .
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