I finally worked my way to getting my show prep prepared for the next day, the day before…not sure whether that makes sense.
It begins to feel mundane, can’t remember the last time I did something new for the very first time.
I’m amazed at the US beauty queen that lost the running in the contest for airing her beliefs about same sex marriages…yup, the judge had something to do with it, interesting.
IGG went on leave, goes to show that she’s human, could use the break to recuperate and return, fully armed to take on the characters that are clammering for her appearance in parliament for a thing they call ‘vetting’ …strong headed lady this one.
Got no classes today, however, there’s that semesterly registration thing that I have to do….dreading it, but will definately get it out of the way, if it’s last thing I do.
I’m outta juice called blogging-inspiration, save for the wee post about Succeeding on the job (4)
till next time,
easy does it 🙂
Succeeding on the job (4)
‘…the hand of the diligent makes rich.’ Proverbs 10:4
If you want to succeed on the job here’s a character quality you need to develop: diligence. When asked, ‘What’s your biggest challenge?’ employers usually say, ‘Finding and keeping good people.’ It makes or breaks any business. ‘A slack hand causes poverty, but the hand of the diligent makes rich.’ Diligence calls for being self-disciplined, motivated, alert, dependable, and entails following through. The Bible says, ‘…diligence is…precious…’ (Proverbs 12:27 NKJV) because it’s so hard to find. Diligent workers are worth their wages: ‘The plans of the diligent lead to profit…’ (Proverbs 21:5 NIV). In God’s system the boss should profit by you and you should profit by him. Indeed, diligent people plan to be profitable employees. Do you want to prosper? See that your employer prospers! Diligent workers rejoice in this, lazy workers resent it. Diligence, not politics and manipulation, will get you promoted. ‘Diligent hands will rule, but laziness ends in slave labour’ (Proverbs 12:24 NIV). In God’s economy you determine whether you become ‘ruler’ or ‘slave’ by how hard you’re willing to work. Lazy employees complain about the unfair boss, the stacked system, the ‘company men’ who look out for the boss and the boss who looks out for them. They want the privileges others get but they’re not willing to work for them. ‘The sluggard craves and gets nothing…’ (Proverbs 13:4 NIV) because ‘…his hands refuse to work’ (Proverbs 21:25 NIV). ‘…but the desires of the diligent are fully satisfied’ (Proverbs 13:4 NIV). They get it all: the satisfaction of a job well done, a reputation for integrity, the trust of others, job security, profit, promotion, and most importantly, the Master’s ‘Well done.’