How to Love Your Job

It is a national phenomenon that people are talking about on social media all the time: people don’t like their jobs. If you look at the national statistics, it’s atrocious! Between 80% and 90% of people, depending on the study, will say they don’t like their jobs.

Well here’s the bad news: If you don’t like this job, you’re probably not going to like the next one, or the one after that, or the one after that. Because it’s not about the having perfect conditions—conditions are never perfect. You’ll never have the perfect manager, the perfect co-workers, or the perfect job. Instead, engagement comes from within.

When you decide to love your job, when you decide to be selfless, when you decide to go all in—it’s a decision that causes you to love your job.

Don’t believe it? Try it for a week. See how you feel.

I promise you, if you go all in—become selfless, decide to make an impact on those around you, and decide not to complain about what is but instead create what could be—at the end of the week, you will be saying these words: “I love my job.” Try it and have fun with it.

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