BagelsinAugust

doing your job

Sep
06

The ability for people to perform the duties dictated by their roles in an efficient way is something of the past. No longer is the basic skill of completing what you must do a requirement to maintaining or even exceeding in your role. The bare minimum of just showing up may suffice – a warm body filling a chair. Even going through the motions is no longer required, as the motions are created by the individual, and most days go unquestioned unless something goes awry.

Are we really content with floating for forty hours a week? How did we arrive at this point? Overworked, yet we are not doing our jobs well? How are we working ourselves so hard with minimal results? In the end, why are so many people content doing nothing?

schwab

Sep
13
The man who does not work for the love of work but only for money is not likely to make money nor find much fun in life. Charles Schwab