So I took a week’s worth of leave and coming back to work felt awkward.
In the sense that I could see things from an objective perspective.
There’s so much BS office politics here.
What with the whining over things we can’t control over, since none of us hold the majority shares in the company for one.
The brooding climate at work made me laugh because, like most here, I wasn’t doing anything much to improve my situation.
Instead, I found comfort in complaining about the same things I was complaining about the day before.
Not realizing that I worked hard to be in this ugly situation I was in.
Working hard in doing the wrong things.
All thanks to the daily discipline of bad choices I consciously made day in and day out.
And I was arrogant enough to remain on this path which has led me to where I am right now.
There’s no one to blame but myself.
So what if the business is making as if it’s finding ways to make it’s workforce resign.
With conniving ways of tricking us into pushing for targets and then dishing out sanctions for the manner in which the targets where reached.
Then again, why should I stay?
Yes, life will trip you up and get you down in the dirt.
But, with just a little research – you’ll find others who have had it far worse than you but still managed to work in making things better…eventually.
“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”
I was just too lazy in putting in the work it takes to eventually coming out a winner.
Doing enough of the right things for a long period of time, will give you the results you want.
The magic word here is Consistency.
We just quit too soon.
“When people are looking down the barrel of failure in their lives,
they will do whatever it takes to get themselves moving, something,
anything, to start climbing upward toward the point of survival.
And then, once they get to the point where they’re keeping their heads
above water, they start heading back down again.
As they start getting close enough to the failure line that they can see it coming, they go,
“Whoops, I’m headed towards failure!” and then they do whatever it
takes to turn their trajectory around and start heading back up … and
the cycle repeats.” – Jeff Olsen, The Slight Edge
This was laid out perfectly when Jeff Olson spoke about it in the sample of his newly edited The Slight Edge that I have a link to for you here.