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1. In It For The Long Term
Ask yourself this question: are you in it for the short term? Or the long term? If you’re in it for the short term, it’s hard to get fully motivated to do great work.
2. It Takes Time To Grow
Professional development and personal growth are the most important part of employee engagement.
3. Building Experience
The key difference between collecting money or collecting experience is that you’re not there for the money.
4. You Give Extra Effort When You’re Engaged
When you’re working at a job you don’t care much about you do the absolute bare minimum.
When you have a career that you love, you’re willing to above and beyond your normal duty.
5. Leave Work Happy
Of course in a career that you absolutely love there will be some bad days, but for the most part, you leave work happy.
6. A Case Of The Mondays
Monday mornings. Definitely not everyone’s favorite time of the week, but when you love what you do, and you’re passionate about work, it’s not as bad as it would be if you didn’t like your job.
7. Spend Your Time Growing In The Company
When you’re in an organization that you love, you spend that time and energy on building your reputation, making connections, and working your way up the ladder.
8. Value Alignment = Culture Fit
When someone’s personal values align with the company’s values, that is the definition of culture fit.
9. Most Jobs Are Boring
When you’re working at a job that you don’t like, you spend most of your day looking at the clock, counting down the time until you can go home. It’s the complete opposite if you’re working in an organization that you love.
10. A Career Is A Journey
When you have a career that you love, it’s a long term, enjoyable journey that can change your life.
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Source : Officevibe