13 Jan Those people you don’t like at work
I would love what I do and where I do it if it weren’t for the people. Does that phrase hit a nerve with you? Then it is time to make friends – or at least one – it’s really not that hard. Talk to people about their passions, not yours. Find out what they like, where they go, what they do, what they watch. Have lunch with co-workers, it may be awkward at first, but you’ll get to know them better. Read How to woo a work wife from ZenDesk – wife here being a word for someone, male or female, who has your back and makes work not so bad after all.
By the way, if work IS all THAT bad, it is time for a change … read Dan Miller’s 48 Days to the Work You Love immediately …
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