“I hate my job!”

"Stoicism" by Mimi Stuart
Live the Life you Desire

So what I really meant was…

“It’s not my favorite job, but I need the work. So I intend to do it the best I can with an excellent attitude. I’m also going to start looking for a way to transition into something more to my liking.”

You’ll not only feel great satisfaction for a job well done, you may also get promoted or receive a good recommendation in the eventuality you find other work.

by Alison Poulsen, PhD

No labor, however humble, is dishonoring.

~The Talmud

Read “I’ve lost my home and job. My life is over.”

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