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I loathe bad attitudes… and especially when it’s linked to an individual who has a sense of entitlement. We all know that person who walks around like the world owes them something.
I loathe lazy people who take no pride in their work… and especially when it’s linked to an individual who has a sense of entitlement. We all know that person who walks around like there’s not enough hours in the day.
As you’ve probably guessed by the tone of this post I’m a tad annoyed. Highly irritated.
Because it irks me when someone chooses not to take responsibility for their (in)actions.
When they produce shoddy work.
Then cry victim when confronted.
I have no time.
I’ve just had a very long chat with a dear friend around a work ethic.
Why does it (work ethic) come naturally for some and for others we have to dig pretty deep… and in some cases we are still digging.
Having a standard is everything.
Having a work ethic is everything.
I’m glad I have both and make no apology for expecting the same from those around me.
Thank you for taking the time to read.
Stay favoured & fabulous x
The quote you posted speaks to my heart. I hear and feel your frustration. Mostly because I have been guilty of falling short of a strong work ethic, dedication, and preparation. I do struggle with focus and continuously fight with discipline. I make no excuses for myself, however, and I do take full responsibility for all my actions and lack of thereof. I have total respect and admiration for those whose such qualities come naturally.
I thank you for reminding me that a strong foundation (with work and following my dreams) is dependent on such standards and allows for successful, more uplifting outcomes.
Gaynor Kast said:
Thank you for keeping it real & for sharing.