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Date Added: December 03, 2006 22:12:48 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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10 Ways To Love Your Job, Even On A Bad Day
Some advice I found in a old magazine of mine that I thought would be good to share


1. Update your resume, just to see how far you've come

2. Become a mentor. Explaining to an aspiring young'un
what you do won't make you feel old. Just wise.

3. Put a plant on your desk. Nuture it and it blossoms: kill
it and it's a reminder that life's too short to freak out
over a blown project.

4. Remember that handling grunt work gracefully today
is the most reliable road to the executive suite

5. Revel in your perfectionism. 'Working hard is for nerds'
is an idea that expired in high school.

6. Find something about the bathroom that amuses you,
like the little couch no one ever sits on.

7. No matter what, use all of your vacation time in the year
it was meant for.

8. Pick a target: Office romance may not always be a good
idea, but office flirting makes the world go round.

9. Have lunch away from your desk. It keeps the soy
sauce out of your keyboard and your brain out of the

10. Complete the one task that you've been putting off.


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