Saying is one thing, attitude another.
What is the real issue here? Saying the wrong things is certainly not good, but the attitude is at the root of the problem. Even if these examples go unsaid, the attitude still has great potential to affect the worker and those around him/her.
Realizing what the job is, accepting it and doing it with a good attitude raises the level everything around from relationships, to atmosphere, to performance. Less stress and more joy leads to contentment and a happier life.
People are miserable because they don’t have the courage to leave a job they hate. It is time for people to once again take personal responsibility for their own actions, which includes the job they accept and agree to perform. Enough of the “world owes me” attitude. Gratitude to an employer for the opportunity will go a long way to improving the quality of life.
This was my reaction to the article, 7 Things Never to Say to Your Boss, By Karen Burns, Posted: March 17, 2010. It was on the U.S. News & World Report site.
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