posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 07:40 AM
I have always liked working. I liked learning new things. It is just a matter of making a challenge out of learning a new job that makes it
interesting. I had many jobs throughout my life, trying my best to learn them quickly and worked extra hard so my employer would make money from my
employment. I always had good references from my jobs and most of them would rehire me because of my ways. You do not need to brown nose an employer
to be appreciated, you just have to produce. There is a big difference in pulling your weight and brown nosing.
Making work interesting is essential to enjoying work. Weather it is digging a ditch or sitting at a desk, the concept of feeling your producing
something as being a reward should be a driving force. If your job is necessary it is easier but most jobs today are not really necessary. I find
more reward in paving a road or building a home than pushing a pencil. I have sold real estate, sold advertising, sold building materials, etc and I
felt unfulfilled from these jobs. I was able to teach people, selling lumber and supplies, how to install the products which made me feel better at
that but the other two jobs didn't seem to me that my work was worth what I was getting paid.
It is nice having worked in about forty different professions. It gives a person a broad recognition of how things work in economy.
I think the guy in the video is promoting capitalism.......Arrows aren't cheap and wasting an arrow is never good
Might hit a kid in the foot
doing stuff like that
edit on 1-4-2013 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)