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how to enjoy the job that you hate How to enjoy the job you hate.

Hi how to enjoy the job that you hate 

How to enjoy the job you hate.

1. Meet your boss with an open mind, and listen to his perspective and what he expects of you. It may inspire you to come up to his expectations.

2. Upgrade your knowledge and skills. It will improve your efficiency, and your performance will not go unnoticed.

3. Break the habit of complaining about your job to all and sundry. Try to look for the silver lining; you will feel better.

4. Remember some people would yearn to get your job, so don't take it for granted. It may not be the perfect job for you, but focus on what you can do now to make things better.

5. If you feel something can be improved in general, for the organization, discuss your ideas with your boss. You never know, it may appeal to her.



Always live a life of purpose.


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how to enjoy the job that you hate How to enjoy the job you hate.

Hi how to enjoy the job that you hate 

How to enjoy the job you hate.

1. Meet your boss with an open mind, and listen to his perspective and what he expects of you. It may inspire you to come up to his expectations.

2. Upgrade your knowledge and skills. It will improve your efficiency, and your performance will not go unnoticed.

3. Break the habit of complaining about your job to all and sundry. Try to look for the silver lining; you will feel better.

4. Remember some people would yearn to get your job, so don't take it for granted. It may not be the perfect job for you, but focus on what you can do now to make things better.

5. If you feel something can be improved in general, for the organization, discuss your ideas with your boss. You never know, it may appeal to her.



Always live a life of purpose.


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