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Why Do You Do What You Do? | TracyMac

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whyBy TracyMac

On average most of us work a 40 to 60 hour week. Why? Have you ever wondered why we work longer hours if technology has saved us so much more time? I remember mimeographs, rolodexes, typewriters, having to drive or walk inner office mail, rotary phones, microfiche, short-hand and going to work from 9am -5pm, which included a one hour lunch break. People probably spend more waking hours with those they work for and or with than they do with their most intimate relationships. Why? Between your commute times, working hours and the few hours you get to sleep, you have to wonder some time, what it’s all for? With so much time invested in your work, do you know why you do what you do? Do you remember? Do you remember when the job you have now was your testimony, you prayed for it, but somehow it may have become your test?

Of course most of us have jobs to make money. But why this one? Why this way? We can get so looped that the “why” becomes lost, forgotten and in many cases, it doesn’t even matter anymore. That’s when you know the robotic and the mundane may have the upper hand. And if it’s that way for you, it does not have to continue. Asking one simple question can lead to creating a correction course that can put the pep and swag back into the career side of your life’s journey. Because asking questions puts a demand on getting satisfying and hope-filled answers to live by! One question you can ask yourself is: Why do I do what I do? Sometimes you have to get a grip and remember why you want to be or choose to do whatever job you do now, including being self-employed. Why? Remember?

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  1. Arneader

    August 4, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    I left my “good paying” job 15 years ago and I haven’t regretted leaving.

  2. madpoet429

    August 4, 2014 at 8:04 pm

    I left the Corporate Slave Plantation of Emory Hospital in 2004 & haven’t looked back since! I’ve been self employed since & have no regrets. I created a better life for my family & my Children. I have had some tough moments here & there but my belief in the Most High & in myself would never let me go back to the plantation to enriched the dreams of those at the top of the food chain & give self indulging no future having asshole stupidvisors the opportunity to say “you can’t have a day off”. Everyone isn’t cut out to be self employed & everybody isn’t cut out for plantation work! Choose your own path & Good Luck with it…

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