Some people love their work. Lucky? Maybe but more than likely they worked hard and made many sacrifices to get where they are. I tip my hat to them.
Am I one? No. But I am working hard and making sacrifices in order to join those ranks. It is a slog, a daily grind and constant battle. My swords are sharp, I have faith and see glimmers of light flickering on the horizon. I will get there.
How about you? Do you bounce out of bed each morning full of energy for the day ahead? Or do you trudge slowly down the road, head bowed? For those of you who identify with the former, go on you good thing. For those who are more inclined to identify with the latter this is for you.
5 reasons to love your job.
- You have a job. This means you can pay your bills, keep a roof over your head and feed your family.
- You have a job. This provides you with many opportunities to learn new skills. Look for them.
- You have a job. Some don’t. Think about how you would achieve #1 if you were unemployed.
- You have a job. As much as it chaffs us to think about our hard earned money being taxed to support those “dole bludgers and welfare cheats. You also support sick kids in hospital, provide shelter to those in real need, pay the wages of those who protect and look after us. Nurses, police, firefighters, Ambulance officers. The list go on and on. Teachers: shouldn’t forget them. Sorry to those I missed please add in comments.
- You have a job. You are a road warrior. The tools of your trade slung proudly over your shoulder. Marching off to work with your chin held high. You are a warrior. Go you good thing.
All due respect and credit is to be given to Alain de Botton who wrote the book whose title I used for this post. A great book well worth a read.