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Do Your Job, Do It Right
“Whatever is rightly done, however humble, is noble. (Quidvis recte factum quamvis humile praeclarum.)” — Sir Henry Royce
Sometimes, before we reach our goal, we need to go through paths we would rather like to avoid. But, wherever we are, whatever we do, we have to be dedicated to it and do it well. There is no shameful work. Each work deserves our best. That includes hard work, honesty, and helping others. If we do our best we can be proud and confident in our choices.
The psychologist Viktor Frankl claims that in every situation, life is asking us a question: “What is the meaning of life?” and our actions are the answer. By right actions (unselfishness, dedication, masterfulness, creativity, etc.) we can turn all obstacles into opportunities.
Principles to follow
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