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For endorphins!

Since January 2017, I felt depressed and stressed. Mainly due to my workmates’ uncomforting work ethics and my demand on myself to be excellent. I need the money from work so I can’t just quit anytime. 200 more words


Aspies have a tough sell in the work space

Well, being a writer is hard enough. When all you care to write is fiction, philosophy and occasional poetry; they ask non-fiction of you.

Forget about peace when you are in a startup. 240 more words

Stories From My Life

Is "good enough" the new standard for manual labor, and pride in your work a thing of the past?

From Our Gastonia, NC Correspondent

I’m in the process of having my home remodeled, and this has given me an up-close look at the slow, agonizing death that pride in workmanship is suffering from in this country. 321 more words

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The dirty sticky floors… the darkened rooms of a nightclub… the bass rattles the bones… the haze under which you leave… the hiss of the bus on wet tarmac… the screech of rolling stock… …and the elliptical nature of the night time. 26 more words

Born Technical

What It Takes to Be A Doctor

Doctors, they exist in our daily life. From your family GP to specialists to someone you know who is one. They all have degrees, most of the time several in fact. 2,028 more words


Focus at work

Many yeas ago – 1990 to be exact, I was getting my motorbike’s oil changed at a roadside shop. The mechanic working on my bike was a trainee and his boss who was also the master mechanic was keeping a keen eye on him. 360 more words

Work Ethics

Jump Start Your Success Following Your Grandparents' Work Ethics!

I’ve just started reading a new book, “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy. And it gives simple strategies on success.

One of the quotes written in the book states, “If we want to succeed, we need to recover our grandparents’ work ethic”. 285 more words