Monday, 26 March 2018

Loving the Work

Even when people love their work, they expect to be paid sufficiently well in relation to their responsibilities.

Some jobs are undervalued.  Some jobs are overvalued.  But why?


If you love your work, is it mainly due to:

a) the culture?

b) the tasks?

c) the financial rewards?

d) the opportunities?

e) the relationships?

f) the surroundings?

g) the certainty?

h) the unpredictability?

i) the challenges?

j) the chance to learn interesting things?

k) the chance to demonstrate your achievements?

If you do not love your work, why is that?

Do you not do anything at all that you enjoy?

Do you not do unpaid activities you love?

Do you not consider unpaid activities to be work?

What do other people love about your work, and why?

If no-one seems to love your work, why is that?

You may love your work for the opportunities is supplies in relation to making a name.

You may love your work for the smell of success it provides.

You may love your work for its connection between income and imagination.

You may love your work because you are involved in seeking to understand relationships between people and states through the arts.

You may love your work because it provides you with a much easier life.

You may love your work mainly because it makes floating ideas highly enjoyable.