In the age of Twitter (and I love Twitter),
“Patience is also a form of action.”―Auguste Rodin
I don’t know about you,
Sometimes I hear people giving up on their goal.
Most of us have good work relationships. We get along with people,
Be Strong not Stubborn
Firm not Harsh
Flexible not Fickle
Humble not Proud
Helpful not Showy
Affectionate not Hurtful
Annoyed not Resentful
The Glue and not the Crack Being You yet Accepting others
Brave yet Grateful
Helpful yet Modest
Right yet Wrong
Successful yet Grounded
Angry yet Composed There are a lot of benefits to being a grown up and there’s a bunch of sh*t too.
In 1930, many people found themselves without work; without a way to support their families.
I recently had an opportunity to do help graduate students work through mock job interviews.
I find it surprising and disturbing that recruiters are still holding two things against job seekers in their social media posts:
Swearing and spelling.
The Buddhist point of view is that work has 3 purposes, to:
- give a man a chance to utilize and develop his faculties
- enable him to overcome his ego-centeredness by joining with other people in a common task
- bring forth needed goods and services