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How to Love Your Job

How to Love Your Job PhotoNot everyone is blessed with a line of work that allows them to travel the world or earn billions of dollars while sitting down. But everyone must face it; somebody is responsible for paying the bills every month.

Instead of dragging your feet to work every day, why not do something to spice things up? This article will help you more than you know. Here are 5 ways to love your job

Appreciate your job

Not everybody has a job, so always be thankful you still have yours. You may think the model on TV has it easy, but she might be more stressed out than you are. One work may seem better when you’re looking at it from afar, but that’s not always the case.

Appreciate what you have now—a steady job, good pay, and good friends to keep you company.

Be proud of your work

Most people tend to look down on people who take on dirty jobs. Take a closer look on what you do for a living and what your contributions are to society. Are you a teacher who trains future leaders of the world? A cop who keeps people all safe at night? Or a nurse who gives us comfort when we’re sick and scared?

Be proud of your work. Stand up straight and carry yourself with pride and dignity. Society needs you.

Find something to love

If you’re honestly not happy with your work in general, try to find something you DO like with it and work on that. Either that, or quit your job and join the millions of people who are currently unemployed.

Think of all the positive things about your work. It’s all about mindset. If you think your job is crappy, it is going to be a crappy day at work. Learn the art of positive thinking. Channel your thoughts to something constructive and positive. Trust this; it will take you a long way.

Spice things up a little

Monotony can be tiring and frustrating. Do something different for a change. Find a way to spice things up a little. Get involved with your work instead of delegating it all the time.

Working with your hands will give you a sense of purpose. It also breaks the monotony of your work. Try to find other ways to break the ice in the office.

Make an impact on others

Every encounter you have, with people around you, affects them in some way. Do something good for someone. It doesn’t have to be grand or elaborate. Just give them a friendly smile or even a quick wave.

It won’t take much of your time at all. It might also make someone else’s day.

If you seriously think about it; not all jobs are glamorous. You might not make it in the headlines of tomorrow’s news, but you’re doing something significant too. Think of the janitor who cleaned up that oil spill in the lobby. He might have just saved you from slipping and banging your head on the floor. There is no work too small for a man who values what he does. Do ordinary tasks extraordinarily and it will come back to you ten folds.