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A Quote by Michel Gasnier O.P. on work

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"The world must learn that what is most profitable, most valuable, most impregnated with the Gospel is without glamour, but consists in the accomplishment of daily, hidden work  


   

Michel Gasnier O.P.

Source: Joseph the Silent

Contributed by: clang

A Quote by Thomas Berry on work, dream, awareness, vision, future, human, project, and transformation

As in creating some significant work the artist first experiences something akin to dream awareness that becomes clarified in the creative process itself, so we must first have a vision of the future sufficiently entrancing that it will sustain us in the transformation of the human project that is now in process.

Thomas Berry

Source: The Great Work: Our Way into the Future, Pages: x

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Martin Seligman on life, relationship, ending, work, and friendship

In your own life, you should take particular care with endings, for their color will forever tinge your memory of the entire relationship and your willingness to reenter it. 

Martin Seligman

Source: Authentic Happiness, Pages: 7

Contributed by: jacqui

A Quote by Joe Hill on labor, iww, unions, labour, and work

Don't Mourn--Organize!

Joe Hill

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by Nancy on intention, right intention, and work

A secret to leading with Right Intention is to love your work. When you believe in your company, service, or product and know that it makes the world a better place, your intention stays crystal clear.

Nancy Spears

Source: Buddha: 9 to 5: The Eightfold Path to Enlightening Your Workplace and Improving Your Bottom Line, Pages: 26

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by L. Ron Hubbard on l ron hubbard, work, trouble, and nothing

The only time anyone has ever gotten into serious trouble was when he decided he could do nothing about something.

L. Ron Hubbard

Source: Dianetics The Problems of Work

Contributed by: ~Kes

A Quote by Lou Gerstner on vision and work

Vision is easy. It's so easy to just point to the bleachers and say I'm going to hit one over there. What's hard is saying, OK, how do I do that? What are the specific programs, what are the commitments, what are the resources, what are the processes we need in play to go implement the vision, turn it into a working model that people follow every day in the enterprise. That's hard work.

Lou Gerstner

Source: CNN: In Focus: Lou Gerstner: http://edition.cnn.com/2004/BUSINESS/07/02/gerstner.interview/index.html

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Jack Welch on celebration, energy, work, and team

Celebrating creates an atmosphere of recognition and positive energy. Imagine a team winning the World Series without champagne spraying everywhere. And yet companies win all the time and let it go without so much as a high five. Work is too much a part of life not to recognize moments of achievement. Make a big deal out of them. If you don't, no one will.

Jack Welch

Source: Jack Welch: On Hiring, Inspiring: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7305759/site/newsweek/

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by James A. Autry on work, love, passion, integration, business, ceo, poetry, and office

Listen.
In every office
you hear the threads
of love and joy and fear and guilt,
the cries for celebration and reassurance,
and somehow you know that connecting those threads
is what you are supposed to do
and business takes care of itself.

James Autry

Source: Love and Profit: The Art of Caring Leadership, Pages: 26

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by Steve Pavlina on passion, work, career, right livelihood, and giving

If something is important enough to you that you feel the urge to donate your money or time to it, I think it’s best to try to express that form of giving through your career, not just as something you do on the side.  If you enjoy your volunteering and charitable activities more than your career, it means your career is in serious need of an upgrade.  In my opinion your career should be your best outlet for giving.

Steve Pavlina

Source: Steve Pavlina: Contributing Through Your Career: http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2007/07/contributing-through-your-career/

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

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