They love the feeling of knocking off, but hate the feeling of working on that job. The fact is, if you hate your job, you hate yourself. If you don’t love your job, you don’t love yourself, that is why you feel and experience hatred and boredom when you are in that work environment. Get this fact, you cannot say I love my life, and then you do what you hate for a living. If you hate what you do then you hate your life, simple as said.
Truth is what you hate rules and controls you; that’s why many people live miserably because of working at jobs and for employers they hate with a passion. They walk up in the morning rush to work; work very hard because they are scared not to get fired, then what? Fear rules them, and they spend their entire energetic years complaining on that job, not because they work hard, but because they fear losing that job. Fear in form of hate controls their lives. If you fear losing your job that’s a clear indication, warning you that you must leave that job first before you are left first.
Most employees think it’s the responsibility of their employer to make them happy? Sorry, a job is a job and happiness is happiness. And also the employer’s happiness must not depend on an employee, because happiness is not in someone else, its already in you, that favorite employee of yours can leave that job, or can die, can get sick, or can get in an accident and you will remain an orphan. Happiness depends on you alone.
You can have a job and not be happy, and you can be happy and not have a job. It’s your responsibility to make yourself happy, not someone else. If you are not happy at a job, it’s your own fault and your responsibility to change it; if you can’t, then leave that job and find somewhere else you will be happy about. If you hate that job, find out why you hate that job, otherwise happiness is your own responsibility.
Note This: It’s high time you started doing what you love and started loving what you do, if you are to serve yourself from that miserable emotional lifestyle of complaining and blaming others for things you are responsible for. Complainers and blamers are miserable people, and its fun that they even complain and blame things they have responsibility to change.
Find a job you love and learn from a job you hate if in it now, and then move on or find a job you would love to work at. If you can’t find a job you love, create your own job, you have that capacity to do so. If that doesn’t work, there’s another way; “If you can’t find your job from heaven, just describe your job from hell.”
If you are happy and love what you do, you will be more innovative, at peace, more social and open to face any work challenges in that work environment. Philip Green said; “You’ve got to love what you do to really make things happen.” What you focus on at that job is what you get from that job.