Doing meaningful work changes our expectations about what is normal or fair

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Easter Sunday 2014 (April 20)

 

This Easter morning final preparations for an eight day tip to Disneyland.

Working while others play is a way of life for many.

Some go their entire career never having weekends as predictable days off.

Doing meaningful work changes our expectations about what is normal or fair.

More than anything, getting to do what you love is more than fair.

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Published by jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

5 replies on “Doing meaningful work changes our expectations about what is normal or fair”

  1. Jeff,

    You are right. It also changes your perspective from doing “just a job” to being on “an adventure.”

    Bob

  2. Bob, yes, and, great work requires great effort. And adventures can be dangerous, frustrating, overwhelming, impossible, hopeful, compelling, fun, meaningful. Have an awesome Tuesday.

  3. Thanks, and I hope you have a great one as well!

    I am praying for a better day!

  4. Better than the way my work situation has been the past week. I have to admit that right now, it has become “just a job.” We can talk more offline.

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