Logic Of The Day:08/09/2017.
When you wake up in the morning, do you feel fairly energetic and ready to start your day? Or do you dread the prospect of getting out of bed and facing another workday?
If it’s the latter, hear this: Life is too short to spend at a job that doesn’t make you smile, challenge your intellect or offer opportunities for both personal and professional growth.
Unfortunately, many of us were raised to believe that work isn’t supposed to be enjoyable —
in fact, you may have heard the line, “It’s called work for a reason!” once or twice. As a result, there’s a vast portion of professionals who find themselves trudging through the day, desperately waiting for the clock to strike 5 p.m.
Eight hours a day may seem minimal, but consider this: Within your lifetime, you’ll spend roughly 90,000 hours at work. Even worse? For a growing segment of the workforce, there’s no longer such a thing as a division between home and work.
As a result, when you’re in a poor professional situation, it doesn’t take long for you to start hating life. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a positive work experience can increase your overall happiness significantly.