T.G.I.Monday – and for the Blessing of Gainful Employment

September 21, 2009 at 5:21 pm Leave a comment

At the Arch   No task is too small to deserve your best effort.  Whatever job it is that you accept payment for doing, give it your absolute all.  If it’s an entry-level position, you won’t be there forever.  And both your character and the people around you will benefit if you act on the principle that even the humblest work is noble in God’s eyes.  Seek to please Him and you can find gratification in the most mundane of undertakings.  (53)

It’s never too early to have plans and objectives in place.  Set a good example for others as you pursue them.  Get into a field of work that you love, and build your career on a reputation of honesty and trustworthiness.  (49)

If you learn early on not to waste energy on things you cannot change, it’s easier to focus on living a full, productive life.  What will follow is the understanding that family, friends, and health are more important than accumulating wealth and the stress of climbing the professional ladder.  (36)

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Recipe. According to Encarta, "a list of ingredients and instructions for making something." The thesaurus offers the alternate terms, "formula, guidelines, directions, steps, technique."

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