I find it incredibly frustrating when I am having a conversation with a grown adult who refuses to work. You know what I am talking about. This is not the person who has to scrape by because they are disabled and cannot do hard labor. I am also not talking about the single mom who cannot afford to work outside of the house because her entire paycheck would go towards child-care Continue reading “Go Get That Cash”
I originally posted this as a Facebook status entry four years ago but felt like it was (due to my current employment status) very appropriate to share on here today. For any of you out there who might be juggling the prospects of a new career or find yourself unemployed and searching, perhaps this might serve you in some fashion as it did me this morning. Continue reading “Get To Work”
You hear the following statement all the time.
“There is no ‘I’ in team.”
People say this to emphasize the importance of teamwork and it is used across the spectrum of life. Anything that is relational will also require teamwork. Marriage requires teamwork. Parenting requires it as well. To an extent, living next door to other people will also rely on the ability to share space with them, or to work together. Continue reading “Who Is On Your Team?”
I found this article over at samdavidson.net this afternoon and I thought I would share it over here. It is an extremely short article but drives home one solid point. What is of greater value? Something that was achieved with ease or something that required strength to complete? Continue reading “Easy or Stronger”
Day in and day out, you show up for work. Day in and day out, you put in the strongest effort that you can pull from yourself. You sit at home every Friday and think to yourself, nobody notices the work that I do. You try so hard to impress your boss but constantly get overlooked when it comes to workplace praise. What do you do? Maybe you’re not doing as well at work as you thought you were. Continue reading “6 Signs That You’re Doing A Great Job (Even Though Your Boss Doesn’t Say It)”