WHY SOME OF US CRIB/HATE THEIR JOB RATHER THAN ENJOYING IT?
Woefully, it is a travesty of fact that everybody would like to have job for having financial security/financial independence in order to meet our daily needs thereby not to be dependent on somebody else. After getting a job as per our capabilities and experience gained, we are given regular monthly salary. If we get a job, we shall be having the regular flow of money with us and we become self-reliant financially.
While we have a job, we have to work according to the requirements of the organization, based on our qualifications and experiences gained. For this, we are assigned our CHARTER OF DUTIES to be performed, and sometimes, may be, more than our assigned job due to some emergent need of the organization. We should not crib while we have to either sit beyond the office hours or when extra job is assigned to us; for which we may be paid extra. Or better still, we would be earning goodwill of the organization by working beyond the call of our duty.
Those who are diligent and experienced can perform their assigned jobs with ease and even can tackle the jobs outside their domain of working, of course, without cribbing. Why they do not crib because they have learned their jobs a hard way, using all their capabilities/potentialities and burnt mid-night-oil for attaining such experiences. During these experiences, such people pocket slights on various occasions but they do not lose their composure. The stage of enough experience/expertise is not attained without putting head and heart together in the job-in-hand along with working with the bosses who are hard task masters in their real lives. Working with such bosses gives us extra-exposure to different problems along with the best solutions to tackle such problems as hard-task-masters too have gained knowledge through hard work under different situations and conditions.
When we have attained requisite expertise and experiences with our grit and determination, then we can not only handle any job related problems but also accept any challenges and emerging contingencies concomitant to our jobs or/sometimes more than our share of job(s) assigned. We should always remember adage “When the going gets tough, the tough get going” and put in their maximum for forward movement. But those who crib at every steps, just are left high and dry.
Contrarily, those who do not give so much credence to their jobs and want to avoid or procrastinate the job assigned to them besides are past masters in offering excuses for anything and everything tend to crib and ‘hate their jobs’. This tendency of hating their jobs stems from their own defeatist attitude towards handling different challenges. When crunch-time come such people just invent different excuses to skip responsibilities.
It is also a fact that those who remain disenchanted and ‘hate’ their jobs remain financially stringent. By their own Karmic deeds of not taking their jobs seriously suffer ultimately and are dejected in their real lives.
My advice to such people is to learn the intricacies involved in the job we are doing. Initially, we shall face difficulties in understanding the job related complexities along with it the people we have to work with from lower to upper most level in the hierarchy of organization but having achieved this, there is nothing which can deter us from working with anybody under the sun.
Conclusively, it could better be said that we should rather enjoy and love our job we are doing since it gives us financial independence and security to meet our needs and not become at the mercy of somebody else.