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It’s Work, Go to Work and Don’t Play Around — 13 Comments

  1. I am glad you stopped by and liked it! A lot of us need this reminder of what we should be doing. Please stop by again!

  2. I just discovered your blog today and am so pleased to read this post. I love it. It has inspired me (I needed it). From time to time I tell myself to “act like a professional.” For me, that means at least meeting the expectations of my employer. I try to intertwine this with gratitude. Thank you again for this timely and very important message.

  3. Oh my goodness you hit the nail on the head with this! We all have moments where we have a rut and slack off a bit – but if your rut lasts months or years then you might want to do some self-checking and re-evaluating of where you are.

  4. Wow, that is a great idea. I am guilty of making a to do list that is too long and not being happy when I cannot accomplish the impossible! Great idea.

  5. I think sometimes people end up messing around because they are overwhelmed. I used to make these super long, unrealistic to-do lists and then halfway through the day find myself feeling stressed out and defeated and like “giving up.” It is still a work in progress, but I’m finding that I’m more productive when I’m realistic about what I can do and take breaks when I need them, rather than overworking myself until I crash and give up.

  6. Hey at least you acknowledged the issue so now according to Dr. Phil, you can fix it! Good for you.

  7. Ummm…yes I complete all my tasks and I utilize the rest of the time towards being as productive as I can. I spent two weeks give or take on a project because its my name on it…I take pride in what I hand in and I consistently do so…if u saw my task list 😉

  8. If you are spending lots of time playing around, maybe you are not enjoying your job. IJS

  9. Uh, yeah. I’ve been guilty of this more and more as of late. I blamed stress and other things but it’s really just me being defiant and stubborn. Although I am grateful every day that I have a job to complain about I know change has to start with me. #gottadobetter

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