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10 Reasons Why Some People Love What They Do

In my research on work satisfaction, I’ve come across a few gleaming nuggets of a subject that eludes most of us – what makes some people truly love their jobs. And by “love” I don’t mean that they never have a day when they’d rather be doing anything but their job, but rather that they experience a consistent contentment with the work they do. Read More

You Don't Like Corporate-Speak?

...yet you go on (and on) about "passion?" If I had a nickel for every drop of ink spilled by some business platitudinarian issuing yet another paean to this dubious business attribute, I'd be "passionate" about having already retired.

Allison . if you think Linda

Allison . if you think Linda `s blog is really cool... last week I got a gorgeous Fiat Multipla after having made $9025 this-last/month and would you believe, ten thousand lass month . without a doubt its the nicest work I have ever had . I actually started 3 months ago and pretty much straight away startad bringin home at least $80, per-hr . more information

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David DiSalvo is a science and technology writer working at the intersection of cognition and culture.


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