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January 16, 2013

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D H ARZA

so true...sometimes were need a kick in the pants to get moving..

joeinvegas

Yup, easier to stay where you are than change, even when you know change would be better.

TM

Read this . Quick, easy read that talks about the power of positive energy.

http://www.theenergybus.com/

Christine

Change is scary; even if it will make one's life better. I stayed in a miserable job because I doubted my abilities and I thought I was making an awesome wage with fabulous benefits but I hated it and I used to dread going in every day. I ended up moving to another position within the same company and my level of happiness increased exponentially! Then I got pregnant and decided to stay at home with my babies. LOL

My Half Assed Life

It's the best gift you can give anyone working under you.

I'm always amazed by how far just a good morning, or thank you for your hard work and time this week goes. Then I wonder why more managers/supervisors don't do the same. It costs nothing, and wins loyalty and productivity.

Lisa @ Floating Along...

Crazy but so true. I'm glad things worked out well for your friend in the end!

The Borg Blog

You said it right! Positive begets positive! :)

Jen@whenpigsfly

So true. It's about what you choose to put out into the world. Be a miserable creep and you'll get that energy back. A smile does do wonders.

Terrye

My dad always said, "Do what you love and love what you do." If I notice I'm miserable in a job, I look for ways to make it better - even going to the boss and airing my concerns. If it doesn't get better in 6 months, I move on. It's worked for me for 20 years and I have always left my previous employment on good terms. In fact, I still get requests to come back. :)

Glad your friend found a position that suits him better. And extremely good advice! :D Have a wonderful weekend!

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